A number of lectures will continue to take place online this term. We have created a new dedicated page for recorded lectures outlines some of the key ways you can enhance your learning.
Evidence based tips
Having access to recorded lectures is very popular with students but many don't get the most out of it. The guide on the new page outlines some key ideas you can use to learn better from recorded lectures.
To get the most out of the recorded lectures available to you, consider some of the evidence-based tips and ideas available, from how to integrate recorded lectures into your revision to effective note taking. Remember, lectures are an important part of the learning process but you still need to spend time making what you heard your own.
Integrating recorded lectures into your routine
Attending a lecture gives you a chance to focus, block time when you're doing nothing else, and be with others doing the same activity, but you can never say, I've attended a lecture, I've learned. Most of the actual learning will happen before and after the lecture, as you're planning, reflecting, taking notes, or revising. Make sure all of these activities are a part of your routine.
Visit the recorded lectures page for more information on how to effectively integrate them into your study.