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Well-Being: Tips & resources for online learning

What Are Learning Science & Information Literacy?

During remote learning, the MCC Library created emails featuring evidence-based tips that Peer Learning Success Mentors shared with all new liberal arts students to help them succeed. The tips focused on:

  • information literacy, the skills and habits that help a person find and use information to solve a problem or answer a question, and
  • learning science, evidence-based information about how the brain receives, processes, stores, and retrieves information and what helps the brain do this better.

You can see all the tips by opening the links below. Whether you are new to college or newly returning, you'll find helpful ideas to help you succeed at MCC and beyond!

You can read the tips in any order. Also check out the resources below for studying online.

Learning Success Meme Gallery

grey kitten with orange question marks over its head
A hedgehog eating a slice of watermelon
Smiling seal with the words
Pug lookied worried with the words
Cat sticking tongue out with the word
Koala with a leaf in its mouth and the words
Cat in a bow tie asking
Puppy climbing a staircase with the words
Image of a cartoon boy wearing glasses releasing a butterfly with the words
Picture of a black and white cat sitting on a pile of books looking at a chalkboard math problem made of drawings of fish and bones.
Grumpy cat with the words
Hedgehog on an open book
Roaring tiger kitten.
Dog sleeping on its back with an open book on its belly.

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