Web-Based Studies

We have put together some useful information and tips that will help you with your web-based studies - everything from the technical equipment you will need to the contact details to our help and support services.

Technical Equipment 

You need to organise your own technical equipment for your web-based studies. In the list below, you can see the equipment we recommend. To be able to participate fully in your online courses, our recommendation is that you use a computer. However, if you do not have a computer, you are able to use a mobile phone, although this is not something we recommend. To test your technical equipment, and to receive advice and support, please contact us at our Support Café or support@du.se.

Study Support

Ten Tips for Web-Based Studies

Here are ten tips from our study and career counsellors that aim to help you in your web-based studies. Having a study strategy will facilitate your learning: you will use your study time more effectively and you will be better organised. You will also enjoy your studies more as a result.

 

Study and Career Counsellors

The University can offer you study and career counselling services.

Study and Career Counsellors

Digital Tools

In the list below, you can see what digital tools we recommend you use.

Examination Formats

Examination formats differ from course to course. You can find what format will be used in your particular course(s) in your course room in Learn. Now that all teaching is web-based, the greatest change will be to campus-based examinations. Here you can find information about how campus-based examinations will be conducted online.

Library

University Library by Distance

The University Library is open, and you can access most of its services from your home. Do you need help with information retrieval or referencing? Or do you need to borrow library books?

Library

Distance Library Services

The University Library on Campus

The libraries on Campus Falun and Campus Borlänge are open so that students have a place for individual study in well-ventilated areas with internet connection and access to computers. Groups are not permitted to meet inside Dalarna University buildings. Please note that changes may be made to services and opening hours.

Here you can find current information about library services

Help and Support

Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability or special needs and require assistance to be able to complete your studies successfully, then you can receive advice from our Coordinator for Students with Disabilities.

Students with Disabilities

Language Support 

Language Support offers language services to students to help them with their academic texts in Swedish and English.

Language Support

Student Counselling Services 

You are welcome to contact us at Student Counselling Services when you need somebody to talk to, be it in relation to your studies or to life in general. Our services are offered by a student counsellor, university chaplain and university deacon. All communication is confidential. 

Sudent Counselling Services

Support

If you need help understanding and using our digital tools/learning platforms (Zoom, Learn, Adobe Connect, Videochat), you can contact our support services by email or telephone. You can also meet us in the Zoom Support Café: Monday – Thursday 08.00-22.00 and Fridays 08.00-16.00.

support@du.se

023-77 8888

Zoom Support Café

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