Remote learning resources
As you engage in remote learning find your space, gather tools, and stay connected.
Find your space. Try to carve out a place to study. As best you can look for one that is relatively free of distractions and has a background you don’t mind appearing during a videoconference.
Gather tools. Have your computer, cell phone, or other devices on hand along with your books and other course materials. These pages have advice for connecting to the internet, finding electronic books, and other ideas for how to make sure you have what you need for learning. There is also a link in these pages for the Thomas More library—one of your best resources for learning.
Stay connected. Go to canvas or your professor’s e-mails and review your course assignments. E-mail your professors and engage with chat features and discussion boards if your course uses them. Reach out to your friends and classmates for support. These pages also have ways to connect for tutoring, the math center, the writing center, and technical support.
For our lifetime, these are unprecedented events. We are in this together and we will get through this together. You are all Saints.
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