Using questions effectively in teaching
Ten Tips You Need to Survive College from the learning center at Middle Tennessee State University.
An online guide to College Success by an instructor at Bridgewater State College.
How to Read Essays You Must Analyze, from Virginia Tech.
Procrastination Research Group, sponsored by Carleton University, Canada.
Study Environment Analysis from the learning center at Virginia Tech.
For Instructors: College Success, an On Course workshop by Skip Downing.
This site is a companion to the PBS special Misunderstood Minds and profiles a variety of learning problems and expert opinions. It is designed to give teachers, students, and parents a better understanding of learning processes, insights into difficulties, and strategies for responding.
For instructors: Helping students with learning disabilities become more efficient and effective learners by teaching them how to learn.
Metacognition: What is it? How can you use it?
Mind-mapping: A technique for activating your brain while you’re studying, taking notes, or brainstorming for an essay.
CampusBlues.com is designed to facilitate student awareness and use of college resources. CampusBlues.com is a subsidiary of ReconnectingU.com, a resource for working adults who are trying to juggle college, family, and career. Wonderful source for study skills and coping strategies.
For Instructors: Role of media literacy in a well-rounded education
Medical Terminology website of the English Centre, designed primarily for students majoring in dentistry, medicine, and nursing.
Health Occupations Aptitude Exam: Link to text written by an SCC R.N. program alumna.
For Instructors: Using Cooperative Learning in the college classroom by professor Ted Panitz at Cape Cod Community College.
MS Office Templates for students and instructors, including resumes, reports, grade spreadsheets, and many more.