Optimise how you learn, collaborate and connect online.
Learning online resources
10 tips to manage time and tasks
People begin university with already busy lives with important commitments or priorities in addition to study. Successfully managing your priorities and commitments requires an organised approach to both time and task management.
Strategies for collaborating online and getting the most out of discussions and webinars.
Learning from online recordings
Six top tips from UoM students to help you engage with online recordings
Motivation and online study
Strategies to help you maintain focus and direction.
Communicating effectively with your lecturers and tutors.
Many students find that applying active learning helps them to move beyond remembering and understanding towards engaging with ideas in a more complex way.
Learn different strategies you can use to read at an optimal speed, while still maintaining comprehension. Designed for students who have lots of readings.
Taking good notes
Effective notes save time, ensure you reference effectively and help with revision. Learn various styles and strategies.
Virtual presentation skills are important at both university and in the workplace. This resource provides tips on presenting to camera, including how to support your message using voice and body language techniques and maximise the impact of your visuals.
Connecting with classmates online
Don’t know anyone in your class? Want to find a team member for group projects/assignments or form a study group? Here is an accessible tool and some tips you can try.
Using Digital Tools to optimise study
Digital tools can help you improve your time and task management, note-taking and collaboration skills.
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