Although this is a difficult time for everyone, we are here to ease the transition to online learning and provide you with all the technical support and advice you need.
There are plenty of useful online resources available to you.
- Study from home – looks at ways to manage your time and workspace, how to work towards learning outcomes and how to get the most out of online study.
- Online open-book exams guidance – looks at ways to prepare for and answer open book exams effectively.
- Student laptop and mobile clinic goes virtual – The laptop and mobile clinic is a free service to help current University of Bristol students who are having problems with laptops, tablets or smartphones. The clinic will run weekdays from 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm.
- Study Skills blogs
- Dissertation Writing Retreats and Study Lounges – both aimed at offering students an online environment to work “in the same space” as others. Throughout May, there are lots of workshops including specific ones about online study and online exams all bookable
- Online tutorials, including help with maths and statistics – offer a great opportunity to discuss your work in a confidential, safe space with an experienced and professional tutor.
- Accessing IT systems from home – quick links to the University IT systems such as Blackboard, Collaborate, specialist software and more.
- Study Skills sessions – enhance your academic skills with our range of self-help online resources, get quick advice at our 15 minute drop-in sessions with Bristol Futures Advocates, choose from a range of workshops or book a one-to-one tutorial with a Study Skills tutor.
- Free library online resources – access free online resources, including ebooks, ejournals, and databases to help support you.
- Top tips for working from home – Bristol SU provide some useful tips for working and studying remotely.
There is further information on the Teaching, Assessment and academic guidance webpage.