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Developing study and time management skills are critical to academic and professional success.
You may need to try different study strategies and time management tips to find what works best for you.
Study Skills/Time Management Resources
Improving Study Habits by
With the help of this book, students can conquer their nerves and organize their thoughts to gain confidence in the classroom and beyond. Students will find an approachable guide to help master and apply the writing, speaking, and listening skills involved in such habits as setting priorities, remembering materials, and time management.
The Productivity Project by
A fresh, personal, and entertaining exploration of a topic that concerns all of us: how to be more productive at work and in every facet of our lives. Chris Bailey turned down lucrative job offers to pursue a lifelong dream--to spend a year performing a deep dive experiment into the pursuit of productivity with a year-long series of productivity experiments he conducted on himself. In an eye-opening and thoroughly engaging read, Bailey offers a treasure trove of insights and over 25 best practices that will help you accomplish more.
15 Secrets Successful People Know about Time Management by
Too many people think working hard leads to greater productivity. However, managing one's time better is what gives us the energy to succeed in both our personal and work lives. This book provides advice from successful people on managing your time more effectively.
Six Steps to College Success
Six Steps to College Success is written for students who want to take charge of their own learning. Originally developed for graduate, medical, dental, veterinary and nursing students, these evidence-based techniques proved to be so successful that undergraduate students requested their own version of the book. The new field of Educational Neuroscience draws from the disciplines of education, psychology and neuroscience. We have been drawing from these same disciplines of study for over 20 years! Much of the recent research in educational neuroscience better explains WHY the strategies we have been teaching are so effective. This study system will help you retain the information presented in your classes, textbooks and labs and will teach you to: Reduce stress by developing a manageable schedule Get the most out of lectures Use critical thinking to organize essential information Create highly organized notes for easy review and self-testing Recall and apply information for exams and laboratory work Improve long-term memory Increase concentration Reduce test anxiety Take exams with confidence
A variety of links to quality resources from colleges and universities that cover everything from pdfs on writing an English paper to video tutorials on time management.
Study Skills for Students
Learn to study and learn more effectively -- from taking notes to taking tests to thinking critically about literature.
Research Paper Planner
This tool will help you stay on track and lead you to master the skills for planning, researching, drafting, and writing a research paper, essay, honors or master's thesis. This method of reverse scheduling is based on best practices for writing papers and theses developed by college and university faculty and librarians.
Perimeter College Learning and Tutoring Center
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