Many young people dream about moving away to university. The typical mental image you might conjure up involves sitting among hundreds of other students in lecture halls, rushing off to participate in sport or extra-curricular activities, bashing out essays ahead of pre-drinks for yet another night out, and of course, strategising the most budget-friendly weekly shop in the local Aldi.
Studying online, however, paints rather a different picture.
Whether you’re choosing to embark on an online course voluntarily, or situational factors have left you with no choice, this eBook is here to show you that achieving your degree online isn’t only possible; it can be an incredibly fulfilling experience in itself.
How To Study Online is your one-stop guide for making the most of an online degree programme. Created for those who are studying remotely, this resource provides support and information on making the most of virtual contact hours, finding accessible opportunities, preparing for assessments and exams, and looking after your own wellbeing in the process.
Incorporating author Pippa Stacey’s own unique experiences of studying from home whilst managing her long-term condition, in this eBook we’ll cover:
- Putting your best foot forward
- Getting organised
- Study skills for contact hours and group work
- Socialising and extra-curricular activities (including online internships)
- Preparing for assessments and exams
- Looking after your mental and physical health.
Hope you enjoy it!
- Format: eBook
- Pages: 25
- Find out more about how this eBook came about in this blog post!
Thank you so much to Holly from Life Of A Blind Girl for originally testing out my eBook template for screen-readers and assistive tech users. Although all text and copy are being translated as they should be by these devices, it transpires that Canva (the programme I used to create this eBook) doesn’t allow image descriptions to be added for graphics and illustrations. I’m appalled at this, and in lieu of a concrete solution, I’m offering a discount for visually-impaired people and those who use screen-readers, to make up for this frustrating limitation. Please do get in touch so I can send you a code!
If you’re new around here, welcome! You can find out more about me on this page, and read my chronic illness story here. If you’re interested in working together, details can be found on this page. Otherwise, do come and say hello over on Instagram!