Learning Remotely

  1. Showing up is the first step to success.  At Andrews, that means logging in regularly to Learninghub. Here's a guide.
  2. Check your computer or tablet meets tech requirements to study online with adequate internet access - there are free/low cost options such as HumanIT, PCsforPeople (mobile phone alone is not recommended). Get tech required before registering, and try it our before assignment deadlines, so you can ask for help if needed.
  3. Set a fixed time to engage in course work each day. Without classes at fixed hours, it's easy to put off. A study routine is helpful; self-discipline is crucial.  
  4. Create a dedicated study space which you can organize and routinely use.  Ask family to respect your study times, turn off phone and social networks to maximize focus.
  5. Use time management techniques. With more flexibility comes more responsibility to self-direct. Use alarms and calendars to stay on track. Watch this video to learn how to identify time wasters, to do one thing at a time, and to break large projects into smaller, more manageable tasks.
  6. Take the time to ask questions and engage instructors. Read Andrews email and in-course messages and respond promptly. Ask for help - we care and can help solve problems when you share what you need. Open and proactive communication helps students and teachers alike.
  7. Connect with others.  Participate in online discussions. Invite classmates to online group study session using Zoom or other free video conferencing tools. Pray together. Support each other.  Join in  opportunities Andrews provides to help you thrive remotely.

Learn more: Online Learning Strategies for Success - Dialogue Article, AU Orientation Video

Access Student Services Remotely

Student Success Services

Academic & Tech Support Online

Academic Records

Key Academic & Financial Tools

Physical Health

Mental Health

Social & Emotional Health

Spiritual Health

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