Learning and Writing Resources

Under Learning and Writing Resources, you’ll find a wide variety of resources that address students’ academic needs. Resources are divided into two main areas:

  • In the Learning Resources tab, you’ll find tools and resources for managing time, improving focus and motivation, studying efficiently, learning from lectures, etc.
  • In the Writing Resources tab, you’ll find resources on the writing process, punctuation, grammar, style, discipline-specific writing, referencing, etc.

Not sure where to begin? Assess your current skills with our Study Skills & Habits Questionnaire.

Learning ResourcesWriting ResourcesHow do I...

How do I…

Avoid burnout? I feel disorganized, stressed and overwhelmed.
Know what my profs expect from me?
Ace this course?
Get the most out of lectures and homework?
Get all of my work done and still have balance?
Stop procrastinating? (I just don’t care anymore. I can’t get started. I keep procrastinating.)
Stay on top of my work while studying for midterms?
Write a lab report?
Write my thesis?
Deliver presentations well?

Practice whenever you can. See Presentation Skills.

Do this? I feel like everyone else knows what they’re doing…

Make an appointment with a Learning Strategist or a Writing Consultant.

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