Additional Resources

nordwood-themes-8lfe0lywyak-unsplash.jpg Digital teaching and learning is sometimes difficult, whether it is in class (but still digitally executed on the computer) or in an online class. The way we teach and learn has changed a lot over time and there are a couple of good resources that I recommend using. You might not need all of them and you even might know all of this already. But in the case that you don't, give it a try. Digital tools can save us all some time and help you out later.
The following resources are a mixture of my own, as well as content of other people, that I found on the internet. As I do not host most of the stuff here, it will always be possible, that some links go down over time. Give me a small note, if you find a dead link.

YouTube Videos
title.jpg Online Classes: A Survival Guide
From: Thomas Frank, Duration: 12:35 mins, Date of publication: 25.08.2020
In this video YouTuber Thomas Frank explains what you can do when taking online classes. He boils it down to five tips. 1. Treat online classes like real classes, 2. Get serious about your calendar and ToDo lists, 3. Get digitally organised, 4. Find a way to break up your day and 5. Get a virtual study group.
aliabdaalreadfaster.jpg How I Remember Everything I Read
From: Ali Abdaal, Duration: 15:52 mins, Date of publication: 08.10.2020
Here YouTuber Ali Abdaal talks about how to remember everything that you read. During your studies, you have to read and remember a lot. This video helps to get the head around the concept of remembering what you read. I tried and it worked! He uses some tools, but in my opinion most of the tips can be followed without them too.
I learned a system for remembering everything
From: Matt D'Avella, Duration: 10:49 mins, Date of publication: 17.08.2022
Matt D'Avella tries out a new system of reading and remembering everything he reads. By annotating and transferring the notes to some paper cards, he is creating a second brain to which he can come back to if needed. The downside of this method is the time that it takes, but instead of reading things twice, maybe the time is worthwhile.
vaj4moukr7rrolelimah.jpg How to Overcome 'Zoom Fatigue'
From: Sam Blum, Date of publication: 24.01.2021
Throughout the pandemic, many former office workers have been necessarily glued to their computer monitors. As work migrated online, video tools like Zoom and Google Hangouts have become the rare outlet for regular face-time with colleagues. But short of an alternative for seeing your co-workers without a screen in the way, all this videoconferencing has led to an epidemic of “Zoom fatigue.”
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