Author : L. Karen Soiferman
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Publisher :
ISBN : 152151562X
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In this first edition of How to Succeed in University and College: A Handbook for Students, I cannot promise you that you will become an A student if you are used to getting D's or worse. What I can do, is help you learn how to learn at university and college. Many students come to university, or college, without any idea of how to learn. You might be one of them. You have gone through twelve, or more years of schooling, and you probably still have no idea how you learn. Just taking in information is not learning. There is a difference between obtaining a wide variety of knowledge, and actually learning how to use that knowledge, and until you understand that difference it will be difficult for you to learn. Let's start with obtaining information. You go to class, you take in information, and then you go away and forget it, as soon as you leave the classroom. That is not learning. I am not sure what I would call that, but it is definitely not learning.So, how do you learn? This book will provide insights into discovering what kind of a learner you are, how to read critically, how to think critically, some of the ways to improve your memory, how to take more effective notes in class, and how to think about the notes you take so that you can become more successful when writing an exam. This book is written in a very informal tone on purpose. It was written to simulate a conversation that we might have if you came to see me during my office hours. It was also written with the intention that you, the student, would interact with the book. It has questions along the way, that you should answer before continuing to read the next section, to ensure that you are understanding the main concepts.This book is designed to be of assistance to first-year university and college students, like you, as you navigate your new learning environment. It was written with you in mind. I tried to anticipate the questions that you might ask about the concepts, based on the questions that my students have asked me over the years. This book was written, in an effort, to get you to understand that it is important to interact with what you are learning in your classes. It was written with you in mind. In order to get the most benefit from using the strategies discussed in this book, you have to make the decision that you want to learn how to learn. It is up to you how much you learn at university, and in college. It is not up to your instructors, your friends, or your parents. I hope you take the time to read with the goal of learning.

Author : Melody Latimer
Genre : Autistic people
Publisher : Autistic Press
ISBN : 1938800001
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Leaving high school and going to college is complicated for everyone. But if you're a student on the autism spectrum who is about to enter higher education for the first time, it might be a little bit more complicated for you. Maybe you're worried about getting accommodations, getting places on time, or dealing with sensory issues in a new environment. Maybe you could use some advice on how to stay healthy at school, handle dating and relationships, or talk to your friends and classmates about your disability. Maybe you want to talk to someone who's already dealt with these issues. That's where we come in. Navigating College is an introduction to the college experience from those of us who've been there. The writers and contributors are Autistic adults, and we're giving you the advice that we wish someone could have given us when we headed off to college. We wish we could sit down and have a chat with each of you, to share our experiences and answer your questions. But since we can't teleport, and some of us have trouble meeting new people, this book is the next best thing. So as you go back to school, check out a copy of Navigating College for yourself or your loved one. We ve done this all before--let us help you out.

Author : The College Board
Genre : Study Aids
Publisher : College Board
ISBN : 145730922X
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This is the only guide available that contains objective information on every accredited college in the United States--2,200 four-year colleges and universities, and 1,700 two-year community colleges and technical schools. With its clearly laid-out entries and more than 40 indexes, the College Handbook 2018 is also the fastest, easiest way for students to narrow a college search and compare the schools that they're interested in. • comprehensive listings of admission requirements, majors, sports, on-campus activities and campus computing • targeted information for home-schooled students and students considering community college as an option • useful features for black and Hispanic students -tables of early decision and wait-list outcomes show information that can't be found in any other guide • planning calendar and worksheets help students organize their applications and stay on track • updated annually by a team of editors who verify information with each college, making the College Handbook 2018 the best college reference guide available

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Genre : Universities and colleges
Publisher :
ISBN : UOM:39015041891162
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Author : Robert DeMaria
Genre : Reference
Publisher : Heinle
ISBN : 0155053019
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THE COLLEGE HANDBOOK OF CREATIVE WRITING is a best-selling textbook designed for all creative writing courses. Covering fiction, poetry, and drama, it explores such across-the-genres subjects as theme, setting, characters, plot, point of view, tone, style, description, dialogue, thoughts, time, images, and sounds. There are also useful chapters on The Performance Factor, Fundamentals of Writing, and Writing as a Career, which includes sample listings of jobs for writers. Contemporary and classic selections serve to illustrate discussions and act as models to promote the writing process, and are followed by exercises and writing suggestions at the end of each chapter. A glossary of literary terms and a bibliography complete this concise textbook, resulting in a design that allows for a maximum of information in a portable little book.

Author : Elizabeth F. Barkley
Genre : Education
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780470549780
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Keeping students involved, motivated, and actively learning is challenging educators across the country,yet good advice on how to accomplish this has not been readily available. Student Engagement Techniques is a comprehensive resource that offers college teachers a dynamic model for engaging students and includes over one hundred tips, strategies, and techniques that have been proven to help teachers from a wide variety of disciplines and institutions motivate and connect with their students. The ready-to-use format shows how to apply each of the book's techniques in the classroom and includes purpose, preparation, procedures, examples, online implementation, variations and extensions, observations and advice, and key resources. "Given the current and welcome surge of interest in improving student learning and success, this guide is a timely and important tool, sharply focused on practical strategies that can really matter." ?Kay McClenney, director, Center for Community College Student Engagement, Community College Leadership Program, the University of Texas at Austin "This book is a 'must' for every new faculty orientation program; it not only emphasizes the importance of concentrating on what students learn but provides clear steps to prepare and execute an engagement technique. Faculty looking for ideas to heighten student engagement in their courses will find usefultechniques that can be adopted, adapted, extended, or modified." ?Bob Smallwood, cocreator of CLASSE (Classroom Survey of Student Engagement) and assistant to the provost for assessment, Office of Institutional Effectiveness, University of Alabama "Elizabeth Barkley's encyclopedia of active learning techniques (here called SETs) combines both a solid discussion of the research on learning that supports the concept of engagement and real-life examples of these approaches to teaching in action." ?James Rhem, executive editor, The National Teaching & Learning Forum

Author : Jill Grimes
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : Skyhorse
ISBN : 9781510751033
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2021 Gold Medal Florida Authors & Publishers Association Presidents Award: Health Category 2021 Gold Medal Winner of the International Book Award: Health Category 2021 Silver Medal Winner of the Nautilus Award: Health, Healing, Wellness & Vitality 2021 Independent Press Award Distinguished Favorite: Health & Fitness 2021 New York City Big Book Award Distinguished Favorite in the Health & Fitness category 2021 Firebird Speak Up Talk Radio Winner 2021 Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal: Young Adult Nonfiction 2020 Gold Medal Winner of the Literary Titan Award 2020 American Book Fest Best Book Awards Winner: College Guides Consider this College Health 101—an award-winning guide to what students really want (or need) to know about their mental and physical health when they're away from home. College students facing their first illness, accident, or anxiety away from home often flip-flop between wanting to handle it themselves and wishing their parents could swoop in and fix everything. Advice from peers and “Dr. Google” can be questionable.The Ultimate College Student Health Handbook provides accurate, trustworthy, evidence-based medical information (served with a dose of humor) to reduce anxiety and stress and help set appropriate expectations for more than fifty common issues. What if you can’t sleep well (or can’t sleep at all) in your dorm room? What if a pill “gets stuck” in your throat? What if your roommate falls asleep (or passes out) wearing contacts, and wakes up with one painfully stuck? Your friend’s terrible sore throat isn’t Strep or Mono? What else could it be? What should you do for food poisoning? When do you really need X-rays for a sprained ankle or injured toe? What helps severe test anxiety or fear of public speaking? Dr. Jill Grimes has the answer to these questions and many more. Her guidebook is designed to help you: Decide if and when to seek medical help Know what to expect when you get there Plan for the worst-case scenario if you don’t seek help Learn how you can prevent this in the future Realize what you can do right now, before you see a doctor Understand the diagnostic and treatment options Got questions about tattoos, smoking, vaping, pot, and piercings? No worries, Dr. Grimes has covered those topics, too, as well as a few things you might not know about the use and abuse of stimulant (ADD) prescription medications. Pair this book with the DIY First Aid Kit detailed in the bonus section to help you, your roommates, and your friends have a healthier, happier semester!

Author : College Entrance Examination Board
Genre : Education
Publisher :
ISBN : 0874477832
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Presents information on enrollment, fields of study, admission requirements, expenses, and student activities at more than two thousand four-year colleges and universities and 1,650 two-year community colleges and trade schools. Original. 70,000 first printing.

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Genre : College costs
Publisher :
ISBN : UOM:39015036587080
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Author : Patrick Sebranek
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Great Source Education Group Incorporated
ISBN : PSU:000046510907
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- MLA and APA documentation and research paper styles- Student models of critical college writing forms- Clear guidelines for citing print and electronic sources- Writing process and Proofreading Guides