There are some key ways to get on the road to success in university beginning with reading your course syllabi. Resource links provide strategies for developing your reading and note taking skills, as well as what it means to maintain academic integrity at the University of Saskatchewan.
Offers information for students starting out of the USask. Information is provided for student groups such as Aboriginal Students, International Students, students from a small town, from out of province, and mature students.
Student Learning Services at the U Sask offers workshops and some individual tutoring within writing, math and stats and study skills; offers study sessions in some of the larger 1st year courses and is home to the PAL (Peer Assisted Learning) Program.
Use the Assignment Planner to help you complete your research essay assignments. Enter the start date and deadline for your assignment and the system will suggest a timeline of dates for steps to complete your essay. In addition, the system provides some useful support along the way!
Dr. Stephen Chew, a professor in the Department of Psychology, Samford University, created a video series that apply the principles of cognitive psychology for learning and study strategies. There are 5 videos in this series. This is the first of the five.