As a UW student you have what it takes to be a successful learner. Because we need to learn and work remotely right now, you may need to adapt much of what you already know and practice to be successful in an online environment.
While you will complete all of your coursework online, you still will collaborate with your teachers and classmates. Being committed, patient and reaching out to the right campus resources will help you thrive this quarter. Importantly, nearly all campus resources, including our learning centers like CLUE, the OWRC and the Instructional Center, are all online and here to support you.
It is easy to forget about wellness when you are at a desk and or in front of the computer. It is important to take care of our bodies and minds now more than ever. Practicing self-care every day includes relaxing, getting the appropriate amount of sleep, exercising when possible and staying connected with our communities.Learn more
Get some peace and quiet. You will need a quiet place to work without distractions from things like television, family, or roommates.
As you head off-campus, we want to make sure you’re prepared to take your classes online.
Online teaching takes place in two different modes: asynchronous and synchronous.
Ask yourself: am I regularly underestimating the time it’s taking me to get things done? A little self-reflection can go a long way.
Find a study buddy whose work ethic you admire and set up an online review session with them.
Use the tools provided, including e-mail, discussion groups, chat room office hours, cell phones, and even text messaging.
It is easy to forget about wellness when you are at a desk in front of computer. It is important to take care of our bodies and minds now more than ever.
If you’d prefer not to be seen (and you don’t need to speak) you can use a screenshot of yourself in a Zoom meeting.
Having a morning routine. I set my alarm for the same time each day and then get out of bed and make myself a cup of tea while listening to NPR. It's a great way to get into the "I'm going to class" headspace even if you're not physically heading to campus.—Eli, Reinstatement Coach, They/Them