To help keep our staff and students safe, and to reduce the number of people on campus, most of our courses will be delivered by blended learning until the October break when these measures will be reviewed again. What this means is that much of your learning will be done online, with arranged visits to campus to cover some of the practical elements of your course.
Our teams have been working hard to create an exciting range of online resources, and are using a variety of different programs and platforms to make sure your learning experience is informative, interactive, exciting, and suitably prepares you for progress in the future. We will make sure you have lots of opportunities to engage with your lecturers and classmates. Just because your learning will be distanced, doesn’t mean you can’t be social and make friends!
In the past, lecturers have arranged virtual masterclasses from industry experts, recorded sessions using Teams (to help students have revision resources they can go back to), used Sharepoint and iLearn to share activities with students, and used Adobe Spark to create custom webpages for their classes to feed into.
Check out our guides helping you get set up to learn online, as well as some handy tips to help you look after your health and wellbeing