Online learning involves a combination of tutor discussions, reading, research, online activities and critical thinking and reflection.
We have developed our online courses to be social and collaborative, with plenty of opportunities to network and connect. Module tutors will hold virtual classrooms and seminars for live discussion and open debate, and these will be recorded for you to revisit at a later date. We also encourage you to engage with fellow students through discussion boards, forums, wikis and blogs so you never feel like you’re studying in isolation.
Through your student portal, you can access your virtual learning environment including course resources and study materials, as well as your student email account, grades and more. You’ll also have full access to the university’s range of online services, including the library, student wellbeing and support services, careers advice and IT support.
All of your learning materials and resources are accessible via the web, be that with your PC, Mac or laptop/ notebook, or your mobile device with an internet connection.
At the end of each module you will be expected to submit an assignment.