Skills For Study offers a range of modules to help develop all the skills you need to make your time at University a success. Modules include:
CCCU has a selection of free apps and software that can save you time, make your work easier, and increase your productivity. One of our Library Champions, 2nd year BA Primary Education student Jake Forecast, has written this blog about his preferred productivity tool, OneNote.
Cold winter nights are beginning to draw in and January examinations don’t seem too far away. There maybe a lot of work ahead, but to ensure you get the best from yourself, keep motivated and don’t burn out, you need to take regular breaks!
But how do you get the most from them?
Here’s our top tips for staying ahead of the game and ensuring you make the most of this valuable “me” time:-
Naughty Elephant Squeezes Water!
Never Eat Shredded Wheat!
Do these phrases seem familiar?
If they do, you may have learned them at school to help you to recall the order of North, East, South, and West . . .
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Have you got a to-do list? Is it on paper, on your phone or perhaps you keep it in your head. We are all very busy these days and this is certainly the case when studying. As the semester gets into full swing, you will be thinking about organizing your studies and getting into an effective study routine.