Next week, many students will make their return to face to face lectures and learning environments. But after almost a year of online learning, zoom classes and independent study, this will be a big change for some students. So what can you do to prepare?
Important tips for preparing to return to face to face lectures
To make sure you get the most out of your lectures when you return to the lecture hall, you should consider:
- Preparing some face masks- the chances are that you will need to wear a face mask in any form of learning environment. Make sure you have some prepared, and if these are not single use, make sure to wash them first. Having a few ready will help you focus on studies for the first few days back, and you will have a clean face mask for each day, ready to go.
- Prepare your equipment- so sitting at the desk on the laptop while taking notes and listening is actually pretty convenient in terms of equipment. If you’ve now got used to taking notes on a laptop or tablet, you might need to start bringing this to the campus with you. Make sure you have all of the equipment you need to do this safely. The last thing you need is a laptop disaster. Alternatively, if you’re still clinging to the notepad and pen method, you’ll want to pack some fresh stationary ready to go.
- Find out what the guidelines are- there may be a restriction on number of people per group or room, and there may even be a one way system in place. Why not find out what these restrictions are so you can follow the guidelines and keep yourself, and others safe on your return?
The full list of UCLan courses that will begin operating on a face to face basis on the 8th of March can be found here.
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