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Tips on study technique for your students!

A hand pushing a botton on a desk. Ergonofis, photo: Unsplash.

Help your students by referring them to On the site they can find tips on involvement, reading and planning in the light of more or less digital teaching. There are now also two much requested texts, one on multitasking – or rather uni-tasking – and one on ergonomics.

Do your students attend Zoom meetings while in bed, or do they just look like a shadow in front of a window backlit with bright sunlight? Perhaps they need tips on suitable ergonomics for studying?

Read the article: How to improve ergonomics

Working from home requires discipline! It is important to have a work-life balance despite it taking place in the same part of your home, and that requires a little bit of imagination. Here are five steps for a productive day working from home.

Self-discipline in the home office