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Digital Learning

From September, Queen's will deliver a connected learning approach with face-to-face teaching being complemented by online delivery as necessary.  Student-teacher interaction is a key part of our learning model. You'll talk to your lecturers and fellow students regularly and undertake group work and activities. Where it is not possible or optimal to deliver face-to-face teaching, our state-of-the-art digital technologies (such as ‘Canvas’) will provide a full, interactive learning platform.


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Student Digital Discovery Hub

To develop your role as a digital learner, explore a range of rich resources and courses available to you in this new hub, including those listed below. 

The hub created for students at Queen’s, will also support you to discover other key aspects of your digital skills potential. 

Explore Queen's new Digital Skills Discovery Hub

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Queen's Digital Etiquette

Tips that you can introduce to your day-to-day digital routine to enhance your online presence and digital etiquette.

Click here to view the Digital Etiquette Infographic

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Digital Study Tool Guide

Download and use this resource to explore the top online tools that every student should know about. Technologies change regularly so we will keep an eye for any updates.

View our Digital Study Tool Guide

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A-Z of Digital Learning

To help demystify the jargon, we have compiled a glossary of terms from a range of reputable web sources. 

View our A-Z of Digital Learning

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Study Tips to Succeed as an Online Learner

Watch our short video, outlining some tips to help you study effectively online.

Watch these online study tips

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How to make the most of online courses

Watch a longer, illustrated video that visualises how you can maximize your online learning.

Make the most of online courses video

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What Makes A Good Digital Citizen?

Navigating digital learning brings its own opportunities and challenges. As part of an intellectual learning community, consider how you will conduct yourself amongst your peers. 

Check out our guidance here

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Being an Online Learner: The 10 Step Challenge

Fancy taking our 10 step challenge of being an online learner? We use some of the resources created in the Student Digital Discovery Hub to provide you with some challenges and we have created other new resources especially for the challenge itself.

Take part in the Challenge here

Please note:  This learning material has been made available to you to help you access your programme of study this academic year. You are free to avail of it throughout the year. Misuse of the information, including copying and transmitting it is not permitted and could lead to action under the Student Conduct Regulations.