Working in groups allows you to improve your learning performance. In this blog entry, you can find six tips on how to make the most of working in study groups.
Written digital exams take place in your private homes. Here you can find tips for preparing for your written digital exams.
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has compiled four tips that aim to support you in settling in at the University digitally and to provide assistance during your studies.
Using learning materials is explicitly permitted in certain types of digital exams. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has compiled tips to support you in preparing for these exam situations.
Some (digital) exams include open questions. In this article, you can find tips and suggestions on how to deal with this type of exams.
Studying under corona conditions means that everything is a bit different. Here you can find out how to get the “university feeling” anyway.
Interaction between teachers and students is reduced and limited in oral digital exams. Here you can find helpful tips on how to best prepare for this situation.
In this blog entry, you can find tips and tricks on how to create your optimal studying environment between your bed and a pile of laundry.
Studying remotely can turn your daily routine upside down. Click here for compiled tips that help you!
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