Resources to help students know how to study
Student-facing resourcesA. How to Study in College?
- Academic planning and organization tools for students (from Academic Services)
- Learning Tools (from Student Accessibility Support)
- “Study Skills” (video playlist from Crash Course)
- “Memory, Explained” (video by Vox + Netflix)
- “Self Worth Theory: The Key to Understanding & Overcoming Procrastination” (by Nic Voge, TEDxPrincetonU, 2018)
- “To Do Well In College: Don't Work Hard, Work Efficiently” (video by Jeffrey Kaplan, 2021)
- The Study Cycle (adapted from Teach Students How to Learn by Saundra McGuire, 2015)
- How to form your own study group and work effectively in it (by The Learning Strategies Center at Cornell University)
- Strategy Videos for the Classroom (videos by The Learning Scientist)
- Retrieval Practice Videos (by RetrievalPractice.org)
- Study Skills Broken Down by Discipline (by Carnegie Mellon University)
B. What constitutes "common knowledge"?
Resources faculty can adapt for, or apply to, their courses and students
- Faculty may want to develop their own versions of a "Student Success FAQ" to share with their students.
- Tips to help students to become reflective about their approach to learning
- Reflective Metacognitive Study Questions you can adapt and share with your students.