Study Resources

Online Learning

Many classes have temporarily shifted online. We understand this change may provide new challenges for students, and we are here to aid you in this transition. Below you can find online learning tips and ways to receive online support. We hope these resources will prove useful; feel free to reach out at for further support.

Learning Tips

How to prepare for an exam: Learn how to prepare with this exam preparation handout.

How To Do Well In An Online Course – Video

Online Support

  • Keep Learning:  Classes have recently shifted online. Keep Learning helps students get set up, learn effectively online, understand technologies used at UBC, answer questions, and receive support related to academics, wellness, technology, and more in this new learning context.
  • WriteAway: Receive feedback on your paper! Submit your paper online and receive strategies and resources to improve your writing.
  • Chapman Learning Commons: The Learning Commons provides additional resources for online learning.

In-person Learning

  • Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communications (CWSC): The CWSC is dedicated to helping students and faculty with writing. Book a one-on-one writing consultation to assist with any major or minor paper you might have, or view online writing resources for research papers.
  • Peer Coaches and Tutors: Meet with a trained student to identify strategies for improving your studying and learning, or for subject-specific assistance. 

For Academic and Learning Resources please visit the Academic and Learning Resources page.

Studying Tips:

Learn about studying and different techniques of learning. Find what fits for you, and discover new ways to study!

Studying Tips