Need some tips for studying, or resources for your college study program?
Self Testing & Exam Preparation
Sanger Learning and Career Center at the University of Texas at Austin discusses the importance of self-testing when preparing for course exams.
Multiple Choice Mayhem
Multiple choice is great because the correct answer is right there in front of you. But how do you find it? And how can you maximize your score? First, a “bird’s-eye-view” and some general strategy. Then, tips from students, based on science, that will help you bubble your way to success. Last, some myth-busting—if you have to guess, what works (and what doesn’t)? created by University of Indiana Bloomington.
This website is full of resources to help you succeed in college. It includes links to help you study, as well as subject specific websites where you will learn strategies to help you retain information and understand concepts specific to a particular subject.
Strategies Videos - Dartmouth
These videos developed by the Academic Skills Center at Dartmouth College will give you techniques and strategies for improving academic learning.
Skills Resources - Angelo State University
Many good pdf files to help you study. Includes such topics as concentration, memory and study habits.
Study Skills Videos - Long Beach City
Excellent videos on how to improve your study habits. Handouts and summary sheets provided. Includes Memory Trick and Great Ways to Study and more.
Electronic flashcards you can share and use on your Smartphone!
Study Resources - Southwestern College,
Academic materials that focus on study strategies. Includes subject specific study resources for Accounting, Psychology, Sociology.
College Textbook Resources -
This website has free resources such as flash cards, quizzes, Internet exercises, etc. that go along with textbooks. Note: Not all textbooks are included. Go to FREE RESOURCES at the bottom of the page where you will be directed to enter your ISBN number.
Visual, interactive simulations for teaching and learning science.
Resources for Those with Special Needs
University Library list of resources which includes accessibility features built in to the Macintosh and Windows operating system and a free text to speech Web site.
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