The alarming spread of the novel COVID-19 virus has forced providers of education to rethink how they can deliver learning for students from offline to online study. To effectively slow down the transmission of the infection, educational institutions worldwide have been shut, and citizens are being advised to stay indoors and practise social distancing. Responding to the long-term closure of schools and colleges, universities and publishers have made their online content and resources free to access and provided online assessments so that students are able to study no matter what.
At a time like this, the availability of free time offers the perfect opportunity for students to practice self-study at home by learning new information, browsing through the important questions, and finding answers and solutions to their doubts. However, if you want to succeed in learning at home, you need to be fully prepared and actively involved in your studies. … Read More