Tag Archives: Study tips

How to Identify Your Learning Style

Most of us probably know our preferred learning style. From grade school all the way through high school and into college, we’ve been taught different concepts and had our comprehension tested through quizzes and exams. The three basic learning styles are: auditory, tactile and visual. We use all three learning styles to varying degrees, but we
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Top 10 Study Tips for Adults

Congratulations! You’ve decided to go back to college and get your degree. I know it was a big decision and will pay off for you in the long run. You will see the difference a degree can make for your career. Right now, though, as the start of school approaches, you may be feeling a
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New Quarter Resolutions provided by your Globe library

The early fall quarter is almost here, so how about making a few “new quarter resolutions?”  Your Globe library can help with books on study tips. One of your librarian’s favorites is called Test Success: Test Taking and study strategies for all students. Did you know that most students procrastinate? (I bet you never would
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Online or On Campus College Coursework is Challenging

My Experience Taking an Online Class at Globe University- La Crosse Skepticism surrounds the idea of an online education in the eyes of the public (Young, 2011). College and university presidents disagree believing that online degrees are equivalent to traditionally earned degrees (Young, 2011). Who is right? The truth, as it often does, falls somewhere
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