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  • help your students develop learning and motivation strategies for semester success Tips & Tools from the Learning Center
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  • BITE-SIZE PIECES Break tasks into small, manageable steps GO FOR GOAL Set goals that are challenging but attainable Take Reasonable Risk
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  • Take Responsibility for Your Outcomes THINK POSITIVELY Believe in your own effort and capability PLAN Build a plan
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  • Search the Environment for Information JUST ASK Ask questions VISUALIZE IT Build models
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  • Use Feedback KEEP TRACK Monitor your actions TELL YOURSELF Give yourself instructions
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  • Our Courses 159: Online Learning Strategies and Skills 359: Technology-Enhanced Learning Strategies 259: Learning and Motivation Strategies for Success in College
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  • Individualized Services Learning Specialists facilitate one-on-one academic consultations and coaching Common concerns Ive never had to study before. When I take a test, I panic. I need to stop procrastinating.
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  • Workshops Academic courses University 101 (Survey) Bridge programs Orientation Residence halls Fraternities and sororities Student organizations Honors & Scholars Professional schools
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  • Procrastination Active Note Taking College Success Strategies Memory Tools Test Taking Academic Confidence & Resilience Keys to Effective Study Groups Procrastination Active Note Taking College Success Strategies Memory Tools Test Taking Academic Confidence & Resilience Keys to Effective Study Groups