Digital Learning: Tips for Success

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Posted: November 17, 2020

As the pandemic continues, students face new challenges as their classes go online. A few simple adjustments can make a big difference for student success. (See photos below video for proper test set-up.)

Also: Students not only should set up a place for school work, they will need to have a dedicated space for any testing done remotely.

  • Requirements are that your camera stays on throughout the test and your workspace is visible.
  • Laptops or iPads should not block the view; instead, lay your iPad (or paper) flat.
  • If your laptop or iPad is tilted up, arrange the camera so you can be seen from the side:
    • your keyboard and screen should be visible;
    • your body should not block any part of the workspace.

Video by Evan Taylor and Beck Westrem of M.A. Journalism.

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