Learning Strategies Links
This is a list of websites with different topics on learning strategies. Please feel free to check them out.
- How-To-Study.com: A study skills resource site.
- How-To-Videos, Dartmouth College: Check out these helpful videos on: reading skills, time management, stress management, strategic learning and learning chemistry.
- How-To-Study.org: This website has many useful links for you to learn how to study a particular subject or even how to manage your time wisely. Check out the assignment calculator: You just choose your subject; put in today’s date; then put in the date the assignment is due. All the interim pieces, what you have to do each week to get it done on time, are laid out for you. You can even request email reminders. No more excuses!
- General Learning Strategies, Muskingum College : This website has helpful tips on study skills topics. Topics include: test preparation, test taking, time management, note-taking, test anxiety, among others.
- Subject-oriented Learning Strategies, Muskingum College: This website has helpful tips on how to study a specific subject. Subjects include: accounting, sociology, geography, political science, computer science, philosophy, history, psychology, among others.
- Study Guides and Strategies: This website has helpful information on the following topics: study skills, reading skills, preparing for tests, taking tests, writing tips, studying math, among others.
- CineMath CLAST Mathematics Archive, Florida International University: This website is very helpful for students who are studying for the CLAST exam. It includes short-films with a professor teaching the concept and a "black board" where the professor explains the concept. The short-films fall into five categories: 1)Arithmetic, 2)Algebra, 3)Geometry, 4)Statistics and 5)Logic.
- Modern Language Association (MLA): The official website of the MLA, with style guidelines.
- American Psychological Association (APA): The official website of the APA style.
- Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) system: The Chicago Manual of Style Online website is completely searchable and easy to use, providing quick answers to your style and editing questions.