Chapter 4: Time Management for Online Learning

Unit 4: Time Management

Learning Outcomes

Online learning requires effective time management skills.  You may not have the structure of a weekly class to help you organize your time and prioritize your assignments.  If you are in a blended course, you will be responsible for a higher number of independent self-study hours than in traditional classroom courses. How will you manage your time?

By the end of this module, you will be able to:

  • Explore strategies for organizing work throughout the semester,
  • Develop a realistic study schedule.
  • Balance your online learning with your work or other commitments.
This graphic demonstrates where you are in your progress throughout the seven modules in this workshop: Who am I as an online learner? Who am I on my learning journey with? Who are my instructors? Time management, Professional communications, analyzing assignments, strategic reading. You are currently in the Time management module.

Image Credit: Graeme Robinson-Clogg

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