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How to De-Stress For Exams!

It is exam time once again at UGA! Exams can be very stressful for students, but ExamTime has shared some great tips to beat the stress! Below are some of the best tips for online students, but the entire list can be found on the ExamTime website. 

1. Take a walk! Many times, online students are spending a lot of time in one spot. A change of scenery can refresh the mind, and a short walk has been proven to improve memory! Going for a walk now will make you ready to study later.

Online Adult Education Faculty Member Wins Eleanor Roosevelt Fund Award

Dr. Juanita Johnson-Bailey, who is a faculty member in the online adult education program at UGA, is the 2015 recipient of the Eleanor Roosevelt Fund Award. This is an award that is given by the American Association of University Women for Dr. Johnson-Bailey’s contributions to equality and education for women. She will be presented with the award in June at the AAUW National convention. "The Eleanor Roosevelt Fund Award and the many other honors that Dr. Johnson-Bailey has received over the course of her career highlight the far-reaching impact of her work," said Pamela Whitten, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost.

Online Music Education Faculty Brings Local Teacher and Students to UGA

Dr. Legette, faculty member of the new online Master in Music Education program, was recently involved in an on campus event that brought together music education students and local children. Rachel Osborne, music teacher at Whit Davis Elementary School brought her students to the UGA School of Music to do a teaching presentation to Dr. Legette’s elementary music methods class. Both the elementary and college students were able to learn from Mrs. Osborne during the program. The music education students participated in the activities with the children.  Dr. Legette said that with this program “benefits would be two-fold.

Online Professor Makes Sure His Classes Have a Personal Touch

Craig Piercy, online instructor for the Terry College of Business, makes sure that his students get the same amount of attention in an online class as they would face to face.  He says that “One of the things you can’t get naturally online is the teacher-student connection. You lose that presence when you don’t see people face-to-face. So when you’re teaching online, you have to help that along. You have to allow students to get to know you as a human.” Dr. Piercy is currently the director of the Master of Internet Technology program, which is now offered completely online. He still makes sure that his personality comes through in his online lectures.