Becoming a Master Student: Tools, Techniques, Hints, Ideas, Illustrations, Examples, Methods, Procedures, Processes, Skills, Resources, and Suggestions for Success
The best-selling text for the student success, study skills, or college survival skills course is founded on the principle that the people most responsible for an excellent education and student success are students themselves.Expanded and updated coverage of technology includes new articles on distance learning and "netiquette"; web-based exercises linking the text to an accompanying Web site; and abundant Internet resources in the text with updates on the Web site. An Internet icon highlights these features throughout the text.Broader inclusion of diversity issues offers practical strategies for communicating across culture gaps and resolving conflict with people from other cultures.Stronger emphasis on careers includes advice on transferring academic success to job success and applying knowledge of learning styles to work projects.Toll-Free Telephone Consulting Services of College Survival (800-528-8323, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Central Time, Monday through Friday).
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