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Internet Academia is an aesthetic based around learning through the internet. It is also based off Chaotic Academia, Art Academia, and Dark Academia. Internet Academia mostly started with the COVID-19 pandemic, causing students all around the world to stay at home and study/work from there. Despite this, Internet Academia can also refer to using the internet for studies and in classes pre-pandemic. This can involve doing research, making presentations, writing papers, and using e-books.

Visual

Internet Academia is related to images of study places, sketches and art, books, and internet things. This can include academic websites and apps, memes, social media, and online books.

Fashion

Tops

  • Professional
  • Muted Tones
    • Tan
    • Blacks and grays
    • Olive green

Bottoms

  • Clothes that look dirty
  • Sweatpants
  • Shorts
  • Pajamas

Face

  • Messy
  • Bags under eyes
  • Little to no make up

Activities

Some Internet Academia activities include:

  • Emailing teachers
  • Exercising between Zooms
    • Includes stretching.
  • Facetiming / video-calling friends
    • Or having a study group
  • Having plants in your house
  • Having a Studyblr, Studygram, or Studytube
    • Similarly, following people who do these things
  • Listening to podcasts
  • Making (digital) art
  • Playing video games
  • Reading articles and ebooks
  • Studying
  • Taking notes in Google Docs and putting those notes in Google Slides
    • Sharing said Google Doc with classmates and having multiple people taking notes on the same Google Doc
  • Taking a break from the computer to rest your eyes
  • Trying to 'Glow Up' before in-person schooling
  • Using online resources for studying
    • Flashcards: Quizlet or Anki
    • Doing Kahoots.
    • Online textbooks, like OpenStax
    • Khan Academy
    • Youtube
  • Using various school platforms (such as Canvas)
  • Using your phone in class
    • Calling or texting your friends during class
  • Watching movies, specifically on Netflix, Hulu, or Disney+
    • Perhaps even during a Zoom
  • Writing stories
  • Zoom-specific:
    • Having your microphone and camera off
    • Not paying attention to class
    • Reluctantly turning on your camera and microphone
    • "You're muted!"

Media

Gallery

Pinterest Boards

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