From online etiquette to study schedules, here’s everything you need to know to work effectively out of the classroom
For Christian Jones, who has just finished a master’s in broadcast journalism at City University of London, the rapid shift to online learning due to Covid-19 came as a bit of a shock. “I spent the first week not setting alarms,” he says. “It’s easy to end up going to bed late and waking up really late. Then you don’t get anything done.”
Students in the UK have been prevented from entering lecture theatres since late March, and so have had to quickly adjust to studying online. According to , students in England could be confined to their halls of residence in the new term, so it’s expected that blended learning – a mix of online and face-to-face teaching – will continue.