Study skills support


STUDY SKILLS SUPPORT CLOSEs NOVEMBER 29 AND REOPENs JANUARY 13.


There are many ways to approach learning, but to learn effectively, you need to tailor your study habits to your own needs. This often means understanding your interests, motivations, and tendencies that influence your learning—and choosing strategies that maximize your strengths.

Peer learning strategists

The Student Learning Hub has dedicated learning strategists available to provide individualized support, encourage exploration, and promote positive change in your studying and learning practices.

Through one-on-one, strength-based conversations, your peer learning strategist can help you set, meet, evaluate and achieve your academic goals.

How a peer learning strategist can help

The learning strategists are here to help you navigate your learning, encourage your strengths, and develop personalized strategies you can use to overcome the challenges of academic life. A learning strategist can help you develop your skills in:

  • Time management
  • Note taking
  • Reading textbooks
  • Motivation
  • Procrastination
  • Focusing in class
  • Preparing for exams
  • Metacognition (applying and analysing course information)
  • Writing exams

Meet with a peer learning strategist

To learn more about how our learning strategists can help you hone your study skills and achieve your academic goals, you can drop by the Student Learning Hub in LIB 237 or schedule a meeting in advance.