These sites are good starting points for exploring Reading and Study Skills resources on the Internet.
- Academy Study Information from the SWC Academic Success Center
Provides study strategies to increase student success in college.
- How to Study.org
Provides students with comprehensive advice for developing successful study habits. From organizing your time to stopping procrastination and developing good note taking skills, HowToStudy has all the tools you need. Howtostudy.org provides links to excellent resources submitted by other students and teachers that will help take your study skills to the next level.
- Student Learning Resources
Information and links to note taking and how to develop better listening skills for college from Simon Fraser University.
- Study Guides and Strategies for Students
Tips on studying, test taking, reading, and writing skills for students in junior high through college.
- Study Skills Self-Help Information
This site is hosted by Virginia Tech University and offers guidance on study skills and test taking as well as time management. The sooner you've got it, the easier your school life will be!
Your Library has a great deal more information on this topic!
E-Books, journals, magazine and newspaper articles are available online. These services are for current Southwestern College students and staff.
When accessing the research databases and other e-resources from off campus, you will be prompted for your WebAdvisor User ID and birthdate by the SWC off campus access system. For additional information about off campus access visit www.swccd.edu/libraryoffcampus
Search the Library's Online Catalog: (your search results will open in a new window):
College rules! : how to study, survive, and succeed in college
Call Number: LB2343.32 .N57 2007
Study skills for dyslexic students
Call Number: LB1050.5 .S88 2007