Study Skills Resource Links Beyond F&M
How are your study skills? Use these links to brush up on essential skills for success.
How to study?
- Ed Tech Magazine article on "5 Apps to Empower College Students' Study Skills"
- Association for Psychological Science article on "How Should Students Study? Tips, advice and pitfalls" (written more geared towards faculty/staff but still has good tips)
- High IMPACT Learning (Dean Butler’s handout on research-based academic success strategies for college students. There are also links at the end of the handout to other valuable online resources.)
- Own the College (Dean Butler’s presentation slides on what the most successful college students do)
Interacting with Faculty
Working with texts
Preparing for exams
Health Habit Resources
Taking care of your whole self is critical to your success at college.
- SEEC tips for self-care
- Center for Disease Control article on "Six Tips for College Health and Saftey"
- American Academy of Pediatrics article on "Healthy Tips for College Freshmen"
- Center for Young Women’s Health (affiliated with Boston Children’s Hospital) article on "College Health: Eating and Fitness 101"
- MyPlate on Campus initiative by the USDA
- Wellness Committee
- World of Psychology article on "5 Ways to Get to Know Yourself Better"
- Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project and other books, article on "Want to Know Yourself Better? Ask Yourself These Questions"
- Simon Sinek, TED speaker and author, on "Starting with Your Why"
- Tips on sleep hygine
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine article on sleep hygiene and tips
- Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School
- National Sleep Science Journal article on "Causes and Consequences of sleepiness among college students"
- Huffington post article on "The Importance of Getting Sleep in College"
- Feel like a Fraud? You're not alone (At some point, nearly all students and even your professors feel unprepared under the pressure to achieve. Here is an article that explains how to overcome “imposter syndrome”)
- Surviving Stress and Anxiety in College and Beyond