The key to becoming an effective student is learning how to study smarter, not harder. Learn the top 10 study habits employed by highly successful students.
Play this Citation Tetris game and quickly decide if the citation is a book, book chapter, or article before the blocks fill to the top.
Use these frequently asked questions to learn how to cite and when to cite from the UCLA Library.
If you're new to computers or just want to update your skills, use these training modules from Goodwill Community Foundation.
In this 4 minute video from Copyright and Creativity Independent Learning Video learn how to share media in a responsible way.
Are you afraid of getting up to give a speech...and then forgetting what to say? Then use cue cards! This site gives you tips and tricks for making and using cue cards.
In this tutorial from the Goodwill Community Foundation, learn how to use common email features and practice proper etiquette.
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Are you using Google Slides for your presentation? Check out this tutorial about Google Slides basics and how to create a professional looking presentation from the Goodwill Community Foundation.
Learn tips and tricks for using search engines more effectively with this training tutorial from Goodwill Community Foundation.
Effective note taking is one of the keys to succeeding in school. These note taking strategies will help you to take better notes.
Learn how to cite your sources in minutes with this video.
In this game answer the questions about plagiarism correctly and eliminate the goblins to save the university's campus from Lycoming College.
Finished with the test? Check out these five hints on what to double-check before you turn it in.
So you have the words, but are terrified to speak in public? Spend eight minutes on this video to get tips for overcoming your fears and giving an awesome speech.
Do you have to write a paper but don't know where to start? Try these tips from Purdue University to start and finish strong!
Watch this four-minute video to learn why it's better to start research early rather than waiting until the last minute.
Learning to study is just like learning to ride a bike—with a few lessons and practice you'll have it down in no time!
The purpose of this checklist is to provide you a basic self assessment of your study habits and attitudes, so you can identify study skills areas where you might want to focus on improving.