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Studying online

Your digital study environment is just as important as your physical one, indeed they affect each other. Paying attention to study technique and developing good habits in your day-to-day is essential for being able to keep up with and engage in a study environment that is either wholly or partially online.

This page provides practical tips that you can use when you are studying by yourself in front of a computer, or with others in a digital classroom. Click on the headings below in order to read more about topics such as how best to read course literature on a screen, commit yourself to your own learning or how to get to know your classmates when studying online. There are also tips you can use with your classmates when giving each other feedback in a study group or planning group assignments.

Is anything missing? Are you looking for something, but cannot find it? These pages are constantly being updated with content that aims to be useful to you and other students, so let us know by filling in the form on this page if there is something you would like us to add.
 

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