10 Points to Remember when Learning Online

10 Points to Remember when Learning Online

Creator(s)

Organisation(s)

National Forum, Union of Students in Ireland (USI)

Discipline(s)

Teaching & Learning

Topic(s)

Digital Learning, Student Success

License

CC BY

Media Format

PDF

Keywords

digitallearningonlinestudent successVLE

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A resource developed to support the Irish higher education community in the initial weeks of the move to online/remote teaching and learning in March 2020

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

Many learners began doing a good deal more online and remote learning in recent times. The tips within this resource, developed in partnership with the Union of Students in Ireland, outline some of the ways to make the most of online learning.

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