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Resources: Learning Strategies

  • Learning Strategies are different techniques and approaches to help the learning process. Your choice of strategies should reflect your own strengths and weaknesses. Learning strategies can help with all aspects of learning: reading, understanding, writing, memorizing, organizing, studying or test taking. You may find some of the following websites helpful:

    James Cook University website includes tools to help you improve in the 8 academics areas of Math, Organization, Study Skills, Test Taking Skills, Note Taking, Reading, Writing, and Advanced Thinking.
    http://coe.jmu.edu/LearningToolbox/studentstart.htm
  • The Canadian Association of College and University Student Services website also addresses learning strategies:
    http://www.cacuss.ca/CADSPPE_resources.htm
  • A comprehensive website with guides and videos to support student success. It includes information about learning strategies, learning styles and tips to improve note-taking, time management, study techniques, and more:
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/~acskills/success/
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