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Learning the College System
> The On-line Student Survival Guide
This book consists of a series of “Top 10” lists for surviving the rigors of life on a college or university campus.
This 48-page study skills booklet provides a complete summary of the tools, tips and techniques necessary for becoming an efficient and successful student.
This website’s mission is to promote the advancement of academic advising through the greater dissemination of resources and research pertinent to this educational endeavor.
Tips to keep you afloat during the hectic college years
Study skills :
- Study Skills Checklist
The purpose of this inventory is to find out about your own study habits and attitudes.
- Memory Theory and Techniques
Search PsychWeb for tips on memory techniques.
- Study Distractions Analysis
Distractions are the main problem for students while studying, this checklist will help you analyze distractions in the places you study.
- Test Taking Skills
This website lists tips to taking essay tests.
- Dartmouth Study Skills Guide
Different suggestions that assist students in becoming more efficient and effective learners.
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute Study Skills Self-Help Information
This website is designed to help students who might be having difficulty coping with university-level academics.
- Survival Strategies for Taking Tests
Tips on taking any kind of test
- Checklist for Essay Tests
A checklist to use when writing an essay
Reading and Writing :
- Six Reading Myths
This website goes over common myths about reading.
- How to Read Your Textbook More Efficiently
PREVIEW – READ – RECALL at first glance seems to be an intricate and time-consuming process. However, it gets easier and faster with practice, ensures thorough learning and facilitates later “re-learning” when you review for exams. Give it a try!
- How to Write and Revise a Rough Draft
Tips to help you write a great rough draft.
- Avoiding Plagiarism
Writers sometimes plagiarize ideas from outside sources without realizing that they are doing so. This website will help you avoid doing so.
- MLA Guidelines for Citation from the Internet
Guidelines for citation, documenting sources, and setting up a bibliography.
- Writer’s Resources on the Web
This website is an award-winning resource and community for writers of all ages and levels of experience.
- The Elements of Style
This site is intended for use in English courses in which the practice of composition is combined with the study of literature.
- Grammar and Style Notes
These notes are a miscellany of grammatical rules and explanations, comments on style, and suggestions on usage.
- SQ3R: A Reading Study System
Information on the SQ3R reading system.
- Reading Your Textbooks
Did you ever find yourself reading a chapter in a textbook and not being able to remember what you read? There is a sure way to remedy this. It’s called label in the margin.
- How to Read Essays You Must Analyze
Tips for reading essays.
- How to Read a Difficult Book
What is the right approach? The answer lies in one important rule of reading. You should read a book through superficially before you try to master it. Check out this website for more tips.
- Mark Your Books
This website explains the benefits of studying by marking your textbooks.
- Suggestions for Improving Reading Speed
Tips on increasing the speed of your reading, which can even increase your comprehension of the material.
- San Jose State’s Interactive Critical Thinking Tutorial This site is an interactive tutorial for critical thinking, in which you will be introduced to basic concepts through sets of instructions and exercises.
Problem solving and Mathematics :
- How to Solve it
Tips on problem solving.
- Understanding Mathematics
The purpose of this page is to help you learn how to approach mathematics in a more effective way through a self-assessment.
- Taking a Math Test
Test taking strategies for mathematics tests.
- The Most Common Problems in Undergraduate Mathematics
A list distributed to students by a professor at Vanderbilt University who was tired of seeing these same old errors over and over again.
MathNerds is a free service offering assistance in many areas of mathematics.
Computing for College Success :
- The Liszt Discussion Group Search Program
A way to join over 90,000 mailing lists and discussion groups.
- Internet Navigation
This is a directory of some of the more useful Internet navigation tools found. All of these tools have their strengths and weaknesses, but some of the best tools to start with have been marked.
- How to Use Web Search Engines
A guide to get the most out of your searches on AltaVista, Infoseek, Excite, Webcrawler, Lycos, HotBot, and the Yahoo Directory.
- Mental Health Links on the Internet
A listing of mental health links on the web.
- Dr. Grohol’s Mental Health Page
An index for psychology, support, and mental health issues, resources, and people on the Internet.
- Strategies for Stress Management
A listing of some other methods of stress management that you might want to experiment with to see what works best for your particular situation.
- Stress Management and Emotional Wellness Links
This site contains links that are organized according to sub-categories and various intervention categories
These free, independent web sites represent a sampling of college success guides available on the World Wide Web and are selected for their quality content and stability. Content quality and availability may change without notice.
A collaborative effort of various counseling centers and networks designed to facilitate student awareness and use of school resources. Short articles cover topics such as study skills, time management, money problems, anxiety, social skills, homesickness, abuse, etc.
College Success: Resource Web Links >http://www.wadsworth.com/colsuccess_d/special_features/weblinks.html
Wadsworth (publishing company) presents a list of web sites that focus on achieving a successful college experience. Links are divided by topics such as time management, reading and writing, problem solving and mathematics, achieving relationships in a multi-cultural world, assuring your physical/mental health, managing money, etc.
Go Ask Alice > http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/
Produced by Columbia University’s Health Education Program, Go Ask Alice provides factual, in-depth, straight-forward, and nonjudgmental information about topics such as: relationships; sexuality; sexual health; emotional health; fitness; nutrition; alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs; and general health.
The Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection > http://www.dr-bob.org/vpc/
The University of Chicago Student Counseling and Resource Service offers a collection of links to pamphlets produced by student counseling centers on various topics: anxiety, cultural issues, depression, disabilities, eating disorders, sexual assault, stress, study skills, test-taking, time management, and more.
Study Guides & Strategies > http://www.studygs.net/
Authored, maintained and supported by Joe Landsberger as an independent educational public service, this site provides almost 100 guides focused primarily on study skills and learning techniques. Also includes a section on studying math and science as well as basic writing skills, taking tests, etc. The guides are simplistic in format to encourage learning and are also offered in multiple languages.
Study Skills Self-help Information > http://www.ucc.vt.edu/stdysk/stdyhlp.html
The Cook Counseling Center at Virginia Polytechnic Institute offers a series of short articles to improve study skills. Includes topics such as time scheduling, concentration, acronyms, vocabulary, etc. Also contains online study skills workshops.
UCC Virtual Handouts >http://gwired.gwu.edu/counsel/SelfHelp/SelfHelpLibrary/VirtualHandouts/
The George Washington University Counseling Center provides links to websites with extensive information on personal development and mental health related topics. Also lists additional resources for self-help.