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As a student, you are expected to learn each day through a diverse array of media, alone and in groups, at different times, and in different places. It may be challenging to navigate this great variety in your learning life without an equally varied learning skill set.

To that end, we are assembling the skills, strategies, and resources that we believe will have the greatest impact on your learning. These approaches will help you across learning contexts, from the classroom to the library, literature essays to physics exams, and many other challenges in between.

If nothing else, we hope these strategies will prompt you to think critically about how you approach each learning task. Get started with Effective Note-taking in Lectures.

James H. and Christine Turk Berick Center for Student Advising


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