Remote Learning

Whether you're starting spring semester on campus or from anywhere in the world, you're likely taking at least some courses remotely this semester—and even though you have some practice, it can be difficult to adjust to a new style of learning. We’ve compiled some resources to ensure you have the guidance and tips you need to succeed virtually.

Tips for Remote Learning

From setting up an ideal workspace to building out your study schedule—including breaks—we've got suggestions to help you succeed with remote study. See six tips from Student Success.

Student Success Virtual Lobby

Need to talk? Student Advancement and Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education have a virtual Zoom lobby Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Access the virtual lobby

Accessing Academic Resources

From peer tutoring to individual consultations, check out how multiple resources are available to you virtually. 

Prepare for Video Presentations

While the common best practices for presentations in person like making eye contact and speaking slowly are widely known, are there best practices for presenting virtually? Read a faculty member’s guide to giving a top-notch presentation via Zoom. 

Technology Guidance 

The key to remote learning: your technology. Whether you run into an issue or just want to ensure your tech is functioning properly, [U]Tech is prepared to make remote learning as simple and secure as possible. For suggestions on remote learning, [U]Tech has the answers.

More Remote Learning Resources

Multiple campus groups and organizations have online resources you can use during your time off campus. See a list of the offices that you can get in touch with. If you don’t find the office you’re looking for, visit their website for options to connect