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A project of University of New Hampshire Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CEITL) and the Carnegie Mellon University Open Learning Initiative (OLI, the Student Cognition Toolbox provides detailed information about study strategies that are informed by research on the science of learning. Research has shown that use of the study strategies described in the Student Cognition Toolbox benefit student learning. It takes about 2 hours to work through this free course, but you don't have to do it all at once -- try applying the strategies to the work you have in your MCC classes, a little at a time.
Student Cognition Toolbox — Open & Free
The Student Cognition Toolbox is an open, free short course companion, designed to be used with one or more of your college courses, introducing and providing direct practice in study strategies that are informed by learning science research.
College of the Sequoias professors and librarians share tips for using instructor feedback, being an online student, managing time, and many aspects of research and writing. Episodes are about 12-25 minutes.
LSU's very clear, step by step guide to learning with the Study Cycle can transform your ability to study effectively by breaking down the process in manageable chunks that uses the science of learning to help you be more effective. You'll learn more and do better in your classes!