Studying remotely

Studying remotely

 

In the winter semester of 2020/2021, teaching will take place digitally, on site and as a combination of both (hybrid teaching). This information website for students will be updated continuously.

 

 

student with laptop studying remotely

Angelika is studying Mathematics and Chemistry in the teacher education programme at the University of Vienna. As part of the Humans of University of Vienna series she shares her experiences gained at UniClub, an alternative to teaching practice. "The weekly lessons with these inquisitive young people were a truly enriching experience, especially during the lockdown. In addition, the UniClub was an important support service for many school students, in particular at a time when schools were closed. I could really make a difference by sharing my knowledge."

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Working successfully in (study) groups

The University of Vienna’s blog articles on remote learning often recommend working together in (study) groups. In this article, we share tips on how to make the most of working in groups.

Link to Blog-article for working successfully in study groups

Digital exams using permitted materials

Digital exams using permitted materials

Through the change to digital written exams, the exam type, too, may change in some cases. This may also mean that you are allowed to use your study materials. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) of the University of Vienna has compiled tips to support you in preparing for these exam situations.

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How can I simplify learning at home?

Learning the right way is especially tough under the current circumstances. Your daily routine has changed and switching to remote learning requires you to work independently.

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How can I avoid planning mistakes and time wasters?

How can I avoid planning mistakes and time wasters?

Is your schedule not always working out or are tasks taking much longer than anticipated? If this sounds familiar to you, the Center for Teaching and Learning has compiled the following tips to hopefully help you improve the way you study.

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Four hacks for effective remote learning

The current change from face-to-face teaching to remote learning alters the daily routine we are used to and that reliably structured our studies and our learning progress week after week. Therefore, structuring your personal routine is essential.

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Four tips on managing remote learning

Four tips on managing remote learning

The current change from face-to-face teaching to remote learning alters the daily study routines you are used to. This also means that you now may have a lot of time that you can spend relatively freely. What may have seemed like fun in the beginning is now a great challenge for many students. 

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Well prepared for the oral exam

Well prepared for the oral online exam

With the current change to remote learning, some of you are faced with your first oral online exam. In this article, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)of the University of Vienna has compiled helpful tips on how to best prepare for this unusual situation.

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Using this crisis productively

Humans of the University of Vienna

This crisis is not just a matter that we all have to deal with individually, but it can also be used productively to study its effects on people.

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How to succeed in digital written exams

How to succeed in digital written exams

For the time being, everyday university life has been changed to remote learning. Written exams, too, do not take place in the lecture hall as usual, but in your private homes. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) of the University of Vienna has compiled tips to support you in preparing for your exams. 

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How can I manage my time for studies efficiently?

Time-management

Managing your time can be a great challenge when learning remotely. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has tips for structuring your time.

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Three tips for effective communication during remote learning

communication during remote learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) compiled the following tips for those of you who are not yet used to working with these tools and are looking for some advice on how to manage this situation.

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FAQs Prospective students

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What do I have to consider during admission to a degree programme in the winter semester of 2020/2021?

FAQs Organisation of studies

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How will courses take place in the winter semester of 2020/2021?
Can I currently use the services provided by the Language Centre, Uniport or USI?
What information and guidance are available about digital and hybrid studies for persons with impairments?

FAQs courses, exams and submissions

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Can exam documents be viewed online?
I cannot come to the University to attend a course/sit an exam (risk groups, quarantine, entry restriction). What should I do?
What happens if I experience technical difficulties during an exam and am unable to complete the exam?
I have a problem with a course or exam date. What can I do?

FAQs International

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As an exchange student, what do I have to consider?

Who to ask about...?

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the beginning of my studies?
the organisation of studies?
study-related matters?
a specific course?
international matters?
psychological counselling for students?