Coronavirus and studying at home

study skills 02The information below is designed to help you get up to speed with studying remotely as quickly as possible. The links are based on the University of Hull’s Remote Learning SkillsGuide which, in line with the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, have been adapted by the University of Worcester to support you during this time.

Studying at home is new to most students and can feel quite lonely at times, and in these unprecedented circumstances it’s very important to stay connected and keep up with your social contacts. If you are experiencing any difficulties on this front, please do get in touch with firstpoint who are available to support you.

Make the most of online lectures / recorded sessions

Making the most of webinars

Time Management: hints and tips on how to manage your time now you are studying from home

Online Collaboration: work effectively online by collaborating with other students

Staying social: ideas to help keep you connected

How to create digital notes

Library Services: find out how to access library support during this time

IT support for remote studying

This information can also be found, along with other study resources, on the Study Skills webpages.

The University also has a webpage with support for students regarding their remote working wellbeing.