All the information you will need as an administrator on how to migrate your non-course site from Vula to Amathuba!
Help resources and ad-hoc support is available to all admin staff, and we have flexible support options and training to assist you to migrate your student support site with ease. Choose to join one of our training sessions to learn how to best utilise the new platform, access the self-guided training course in Amathuba or reference the resources and training videos online.
Who does this apply to?
Administration staff and students using updated Vula sites that are non-course and student support sites.
If you fall under one of these categories, then you were required to migrate your Vula site to Amathuba for semester 1 2023:
- Orientation sites
- Faculty sites
In 2024 the majority of undergraduate courses will be on Amathuba, not Vula. If you fall under one of these categories, then you should be talking to your departments to decide when you will be migrating your Vula sites to Amathuba:
- Department sites
- Societies and Sports
- Student Councils