While you are studying from home there are a few things you can do to make sure you are getting the best out of your study while staying safe and well.
- Reach out to your friends and family. Check in with them regularly; try a virtual coffee or drinks via zoom or skype. Maybe try having a formal Friday and wear your best while you catch-up.
- Connect with your peers, tutors and lecturers via Microsoft Teams or [email protected] You can learn how to get the best from your peer networks at (griffith.edu.au/thrive-online)
- Only use trusted sources of health information like Queensland Health (health.qld.gov.au) or Australia’s Department of Health (www.health.gov.au).
- Ask for help when studying, contact the Library for study support via our webform (https://intranet.secure.griffith.edu.au/library/forms/help)
The Griffith Collective has also published a great student article by Sam Daniels on moving to studying online. Sam’s advice, get back to basics, recognize the similarities between on-campus and online study and stay on track. Take a read The Griffith Collective
So stay connected and remember we are all in this together.
The Library is here to help you, why not contact us.