Friday, November 20, 2020

Finish the semester strong with study tips and workshops, virtual tutoring, study breaks, and more

Do you need some new study tips and tricks to help finish the semester strong? The University Libraries have online sources for your final papers and projects to help you succeed academically. Schedule a virtual peer tutoring appointment, explore the Pomodoro study technique, learn time management techniques, or find a Library Zoom background.
Finish the semester strong!

Do you need some new study tips and tricks to help finish the semester strong? The University Libraries have online sources for your final papers and projects to help you succeed academically. Schedule a virtual peer tutoring appointment, explore the Pomodoro study technique, learn time management techniques, or find a Library Zoom background.

The "Get It Done" online workshop provides study tips and tricks to help you make a study plan for the rest of the semester whether you have papers, finals or other types of assignments. Learn new time management techniques and how to study most effectively using proven brain-based methods.

Get It Done End of Semester Study Tips and Tricks Workshops
Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020
7-7:30 p.m. Central Time

or
Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020
7:30-8 p.m. Central Time

Register

Learn how to use the Pomodoro technique, a brain-based study strategy in virtual study sessions with fellow students via Zoom. Choose from a variety of sessions dates and times between Monday, Nov. 23 and Monday, Dec. 14, 2020. Bring homework, problem sets, reading, research, writing, materials to study for finals, and use the focused time to get stuff done. Sessions include a group breaks. Register for a Pomodora technique session.

You also can make a 30-minute online appointment with a Peer Research Consultant (a.k.a. peer library research tutors), schedule an online consultation with our librarians and experts or chat with a librarian 24/7.

Get your choice of libraries and historic images for Zoom backgrounds at no cost. Download the images you like then add to Zoom.

For more information, visit the Libraries' finals preparation website.

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