We hope that you're doing well at home and have adjusted to the unique situation affecting us all right now. Thank you so much for your patience. The situation brings a lot of challenges, and we appreciate that you, as a student, are collaborating with us to get through this in the best way possible.
For a lot of people, students and lecturers alike, the digital university is something completely new. Your lecturers are working hard to deliver the best possible lectures, teaching materials and exams. E.g. recorded lectures, online live lectures and online exams. All to make sure that your can continue your studies from home.
What you need to do
- Keep up to date on Blackboard. Here you will be notified about your lectures and exams.
- Participate actively in your course activities. Be there for live lectures, collaborate with your fellow students online and ask your lecturers. Learn how to participate in online lectures.
- Ask for help, if you need it. All departments at SDU is available during this period and are ready to help. See the counselling services at SDU.
Learn how to participate in online lectures
It´s been a sudden change having to navigate new online platforms, but luckily it´s easy to learn. To get you started, we have collected 4 tips on participating in online lectures as well as videoguides showing you how to use both Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Read the tips and watch the videos here.