Welcome back! Start your fall semester off on the right track! Subscribe to the TIps for Student Success blog and receive email notification when we add new tutorials and post great articles about online learning skills and academic success!
Visit the blog’s tutorial page to view short, online tutorials that support student learning and address specific college-level concepts or skills. Current topics are: Plagiarism, Writing an Essay, Basic Grammar, Note Taking, Test Taking Tips, How to Study, Time Management and Email Etiquette. Feel free to leave comments and email us with suggestions for future tutorials or posts. We’re here to help you succeed!
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Some good reminders!
The Student’s Guide To Proper Social Media Etiquette – Jeff Dunn, Edudemic
Here are 10 Tips to Help You Pass Online College by Lori Greenberg at Classes and Careers. Read the short article for more information on each tip!
- Accept that online doesn’t mean faster
- Practice good time management*
- Pay attention to course requirements and scheduling
- Pay attention to body mechanics
- Know your distractions*
- Engage with other students and create interaction
- Notes are not just for classrooms*
- Manage your space, but not the way you think
- Be tech savvy*
- Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
*Remember, we have short tutorials to help you be more successful in your online classes: time management, how to study, note taking, email etiquette, and more!
Are you signed up for summer semester? Don’t forget about the many tutorials designed to help you be more successful in your classes! We currently have the following short tutorials available:
- Time Management
- Test Taking Tips
- Basic Grammar
- Email Etiquette
- How to Study
- Note Taking
- How to Write a Basic Essay
You can view the tutorials on your computer or iPad. Be sure to check them out!
You have a UAS email address… now what?
Learn how to:
- Access your email.
- Forward your email address.
- Set up your mobile devices.
- Use recommended settings.
Find these answers and more by visiting the UAS Helpdesk web site!
And be sure to check out our short tutorial on Email Etiquette!
How you present yourself by email is important. This may be the only impression an e-Learning professor or a business associate has of you. Think about the image your email presents. Does it create a professional Continue reading