Study Tips And Note-Taking Strategies

by on January 9, 2014 in Student Lingo with No Comments »


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Note-taking resources have improved slightly in 2014.

Here at The Specialist, we have quick links to every Student Lingo webinar offered through the LEC. Webinars (website + seminar) are innovative and interactive tools to enhance, or help you brush up on, your skills in various areas and subjects. They are taught by living, breathing professionals who patiently guide you through the topic. The best part? You can take them on any device, at any time.

In this webinar, Study Tips And Note-Taking Strategies, you will learn to:

  • Consider the ways in which your learning style influences how you study
  • Take effective notes in college
  • Reconcile class notes with out-of-class notes on your readings
  • Self-evaluate level of preparedness for exams
  • Apply higher order thinking strategies to study methods
  • Improve performance on multiple choice exams

To take Study Tips And Note-Taking Strategies, click here. You will be asked to fill out a short form, and the webinar will pop up in another window.

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Luminaria: Volume 1, Issue 9

by on November 13, 2012 in Luminaria with No Comments »


IN THIS ISSUE

  • Letter from the Editor
  • Learning the Tricks to College Life
  • Learning How to Learn: Academia’s Best Kept Secret
  • Learners Who Inherit the Future
  • Study Skills

 

Letter from the Editor

Sujey Batista, Writing Specialist

“The future belongs to those who are capable of being retrained again and again.”

—Daniel Burns

Salutations Readers,

Our latest issue discusses one of the most valuable skills one can possess as a student and working professional: the ability to learn. Lifelong learning is vital for those who seek success throughout their working lives. Those who can successfully acquire and apply this part skill, part survival tactic are more likely to thrive in today’s dynamic and fast-paced world. Lifelong learners embrace the idea of learning as a mechanism for improvement as professionals and human beings.

The submissions from our team explore this topic from a variety of angles. Aside from providing readers with a conceptual understanding of the skill, we discuss the relevance of this ability in correlation with current workforce trends and its connection to Purpose-Centered Education. The issue features an interactive piece that explores the benefits of study skills as an effective learning strategy. Another section, dedicated to the student reader, provides insight on skills that, when mastered, can ease the challenges of college life. We’ve provided our readers with valuable insight that, in combination with a self-directed attitude and open-mind, can help anyone accomplish their most valued goals. Enjoy!

Sujey

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