Online Learning Resources and Support
Feeling stressed about learning and studying from home? Learn how to study effectively in a remote setting through these helpful resources, tips and videos!
- McLaughlin Library General Studying Resources and Workshops (webpage)
- Effective Studying Tips, Videos and Programs (webpage)
- Exam Preparation Tools, Tips and Assistance (webpage)
- Online Learning during COVID-19 Tips (webpage)
- Staying Motivated During COVID-19 Advice (webpage)
- Time Management Skills Tips and Tools (webpage)
- Learning Remotely for Students (website)
Looking for more skill-based resources? Check out these LinkedIn Learning courses for more tips! LinkedIn Learning is available free of charge for all University of Guelph students; just login with your Central ID.
- Learning Study Skills (course; 1hr 36min) This course teaches you how to read faster, improve note-taking skills, enhance your memory, and create study plans
- Tips for Working Remotely (course; 32min) Learn how to create a productive work environment at home and how to avoid distractions
If you run into some technical difficulties, even from home, there are several places to go to for support!
And here are some LinkedIn Learning courses on using popular communications software. LinkedIn Learning is available free of charge for all University of Guelph students; just login with your Central ID.
Health and Wellness Support
It is important to take care of your physical and mental health. There are many services provided by the University of Guelph to support your health even while studying off campus.
- Physical Health - Fitness and Recreation (webpage)
- Counselling Services (webpage)
- Physical Health & Performance Centre (webpage)
- U of G Health Service - Medical Care and Health Promotion (webpage)
- Sexual Violence Support & Information (webpage)
- Student Support Network (webpage)
Get the latest updates on the University of Guelph’s plan for the upcoming semester.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few frequently asked questions that link directly to the answers.
- Where can I find the Schedule of Dates, including when classes commence and when are the fall and winter study breaks?
- How will I purchase the textbooks and course materials needed for my courses? After reading your course outline you can find the necessary textbooks and resources here!
- I have accessibility concerns or require support, where do I go? Student Accessibility Services helps students with academic accommodations in order to remove structural barriers when a disability is affecting the student. Full details and application process are available on the Student Accessibility Services website.
- I have questions about off-campus living, where do I go?