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How frequently are your lectures on zoom currently? Is it less than last year? Have your lecturers indicated whether zoom calls will be used next year at all?
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How frequently are your lectures on zoom currently? Is it less than last year? Have your lecturers indicated whether zoom calls will be used next year at all?
Hi,

I study History at the University of Birmingham and all the lectures were online, as well as pre-recorded. Even though it was a tad low-budget, it was surprisingly nice having videos you could pause and take notes from quite leisurely. Seminars online however is absolutely dreadful, which is the one to be more focussed on in my opinion.

If you are going to study at a Russel Group university they have already declared that there will be Blended Learning so online and in-person, which one can infer will mean lectures online and seminars in-person. So expect even non-RG unis to do the same. https://russellgroup.ac.uk/policy/po...eas/education/

Hope this helps.
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