dae at a distance
During the University of Georgia (UGA)'s response to COVID-19, the Division of Academic Enhancement (DAE) will continue to support students' academic success. As always, the DAE is committed to ALL students' success at UGA, so please let us know what we can do to help. Review our suite of services and resources below as well as this resource on Adjusting for Success (PDF). If you need additional assistance, please contact us here.
For current information on UGA's Pandemic Response Plan, monitor your UGA email and click uga.edu/coronavirus.
Online Academic Coaching appointments are available on Sage and will be conducted via your UGA Zoom account. After making an appointment, students should await further instructions (via email) from their Academic Coach on how to access the Zoom meeting. Click here to access more general information about Academic Coaching.
Academic Success at Georgia
Academic Success at Georgia aims to support students at any time with online strategies, self-assessments, articles, and apps - all designed to help students be successful at UGA. Resources are organized in six different categories - Time Management, Test Preparation, Study Strategies, Note-taking Skills, Reading Comprehension, and Writing Skills. Click here to access Academic Success at Georgia.
DAE at a Distance | An eLC Experience
This non-credit eLC Experience is designed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the University of Georgia's active planning to equip you with the resources and strategies needed for success in online courses. The course, based on our UNIV 1205E (Learning Online: Strategies, Skills, and Success) class, draws on online learning and student development research to give you the strategies you need to be successful in this new setting. When you're ready to access, log-on to eLC where this experience has already been added to your course list.
The last several weeks have presented challenges none of us anticipated when we began the spring 2020 semester. We know students are ready to #FinishStrong! Check out our tips (PDF) from DAE faculty on making the most of your last weeks of the semester.
Students interested in receiving help with class presentations or public speaking opportunities can make online appointments to meet with our Communications Consultant, Heather Cohen. Online appointments will be made on Sage and will be conducted via your UGA Zoom account. Click here to access more general information on the Presentation Collaboratory.
The University doesn’t want technology to be a barrier to your academic progress. The University System of Georgia (USG) recently added the free “eduroam” service for all 26 USG institutions, allowing users to connect to campus WiFi through their account no matter which USG institution they may be visiting. Many internet providers are providing low cost or free internet to students and families including Charter Spectrum and Comcast. For a list of these opportunities, check out Georgia Internet Access for COVID-19 and Complete College Georgia's Tips for Getting Online.
In addition to the opportunities above, the Georgia Public Libraries Service is connecting students with laptops. To get started, email Peggy Chambliss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After exploring the opportunities above, if you are in need of a laptop or WiFi hotspot (provided by AT&T), send an email request (from your UGA email) to email@example.com with the following information: your name, 81x, mailing address, and whether you need a laptop or hotspot.
Online peer tutoring appointments will be available on Sage when online instruction resumes. When making an appointment, be sure to select "Online" as the location option. After making an appointment, students should await further instructions (via email) from their Peer Tutor on how to access their specific GoBoard or Zoom meeting. If you do not see appointment availability for the course you need, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can work to accomodate your request. Click here to access more general information on Tutoring.
Students enrolled in UNIV courses should access eLearning Commons (eLC) for information on how their courses will be impacted by the University's Pandemic Response Plan.
Your Success in Learning Online
See Success in Learning Online (PDF) for strategies from Dr. Wendy Biddle and other faculty in the DAE on surviving and thriving in the online learning environment. In addition to our strategies for success, there are many Library Resources You Can Use Everywhere.
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