Learning & Study

See more remote resources for connecting from home.

  • Attend class remotely: If you need to attend class remotely, check with your instructor. You may be asked to join lectures in real-time via Zoom or Canvas.
  • Collaborate with classmates: Choose from Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meet to bring your group work and study sessions online. See best practices for videoconferencing, regardless of the service you use.

    For chatting with a group, try using Google Chat to connect and collaborate with others. Using Chat, you can message with one or more classmates, create rooms for ongoing conversations with groups, and use bots to automate work.

  • University software: Most software provided in the Campus Computing Sites can also be accessed from personal or university devices using Virtual Sites or Apps Anywhere.
  • General tips for learning and studying remotely:


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