How to Learn Online

Online Learning Tips

Students can find tips to get the most out of their online learning experience as well as information about the various MSU learning platforms here: https://nssc.msu.edu/oec/start-learning1

 

Using Zoom and D2L

To learn how to use Zoom and D2L, visit: https://nssc.msu.edu/oec/start-learning1/learning-platforms.html

 

Recording of previous Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) workshops

For students who can’t fit our academic success skills workshops into their schedules, video recordings of our more popular workshops are available for students to view at their leisure. Students can always follow up with CLC Undergraduate Educators - advanced students in the social and natural sciences with training in how learning works - to discuss the learning strategies and study techniques addressed in the videos. Learn more here: https://nssc.msu.edu/clc/academicsuccessskills/recording-previous-workshops.html

Here is a link to the Collaborative Learning Center’s Workshop Schedule: https://nssc.msu.edu/clc/academicsuccessskills/workshopschedule.html

 

Virtual Study Tables

There are virtual study tables for CEM 141,143, MTH 103,103A,103B,116, BS 161,162, PSY101, Other Social Sciences, ISS, and IAH courses available to students. Keep an eye on your email, as this information will be sent to students and staff as soon details are available.

 

Virtual meetings with Undergraduate Educators

The Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) Undergraduate Educators are available to help students effectively engage with course material. Students can meet 1-on-1 with our Undergraduate Educators to discuss many of the strategies and skills presented in our full and mini workshops. Undergraduate Educators are trained in the most effective, science-based learning, reading, and time management techniques and can help with many of MSUs toughest undergraduate courses. To meet with an Undergraduate Educator, contact the CLC at clc@msu.edu.