Top 5 Tips for Synchronous Learning for Law Students

Top 5 Tips for students participating in online synchronous law courses

By Michele Pistone, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

  1. Comfort: Select a comfortable place to engage in the class – a quiet location is ideal, otherwise use headphones.
  2. Video: Turn on your video so that your professor and class colleagues can see you
  3. Sound: Moot the sound on your computer when not speaking
  4. Chat: Chat is a great way to connect with your professor and fellow students, ask questions, respond to questions, and stay active during the class session. You can chat publicly, your professor or to anyone in the class.
  5. View: You can change the screen to see only the speaker or all the participants. The function is in the top right corner of your screen

 

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