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The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that classes have moved online. This is, needless to say, quite a change to how classes and courses have been organised. You may be accustomed to learning in-person, but equally, your tutor is probably accustomed to teaching face-to-face. In many respects though, online learning is pretty much the same as learning in class - the key word in both instances is learning and lots of what is good practice for face-to-face classes applies to online classes too, so don't forget to have a look at the Study Skills section This section contains:
online study tips
options for getting online
getting the most out of online lectures and recordings
taking notes digitally
accessibility features of video conferencing platforms
Tips on best practice in using devices to avoid health issues