Students’ success in college is influenced by their use of effective study skills. The articles in this section describe how students can improve their study habits. Instructors can refer to this site on their course syllabi or recommend it to students who are having difficulties in their courses.
Strategies for Success site that encompasses study skills and a variety of other strategies to help students succeed academically.
Resources on college study strategies, time management and writing tips from the UIC’s Academic Center for Excellence.
This comprehensive collection of resources for students covers a full range of topics, including participating in class, studying, reading skills, and test taking. Resources are drawn from colleges and universities around the country.
Comprehensive list of resources on the web researched, authored, maintained and supported by Joe Landsberger as an international, learner-centric, educational public service; includes translations into over 30 languages. Well-organized and updated frequently.
This lesson is part of Use, Understand & Create: A Digital Literacy Framework for Canadian Schools and helps users to consider the authority, accuracy, objectivity, and currency of web sites in three general areas: authority and accuracy; advocacy and objectivity; and currency and coverage.
Specific study strategies for distance learning and online/hybrid courses.
Advice for studying well and being successful in college, written as a letter to undergraduates, from the late Professor Bob Leamnson.