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The Counseling Center offers online academic and study strategy resources such as time management, overcoming procrastination, studying, test preparation, math learning, apps to help you track and achieve your goals, and more.
PSYC 100 offers helpful online academic success resources based on psychological studies:
University of Oregon*: How to talk to faculty during office hours: Tips on how to approach the professor during office hours.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC)*: Tips & Tools: List of helpful links and videos on how to communicate with professors, how to study, be productive, read effectively, and perform well on exams. However, be aware that some resource links listed are specific to UNC Chapel Hill campus.
Rutgers University*: Study and Writing Skills: Lists helpful 1-2 page worksheets/guidelines on critical thinking, grammar, learning styles, math, note-taking, test preparation, writing, speed reading, self-management, procrastination, time management, stress, among other tips.
Purdue University*: Academic Resource Handout: Lists helpful handouts/guidelines on time management, goal setting, note taking, speed reading, staying focused, test taking, studying, among other tips.
University of Michigan*: 32 minute video: Enhancing Academic Performance: scroll to the bottom of this page to watch an “enhancing academic performance skills” seminar. Note that the text above the video is part of the presentation transcript but it is missing some contextual information, such as charts/graphics and discussion from the speaker, thus it may be best to watch the video to retrieve the full message.
Your First Year of College**: 25 Tips to Help You Survive and Thrive in Your Freshman Year
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