Study Skills Websites
Here are some websites that offer ways to improve your study skills:
Books and eBooks
Use the Library Catalog to find books on all topics.
Try a keyword search on your topic:
- Study Skills
- College student
- Test anxiety
- Test-taking skills
eBooks are available from:
Having trouble searching for eBooks? Check out Story Library's "Help me find eBooks" Tutorial.
Articles about Study Skills
Choose a database from the list below to search for articles in magazines and scholarly journals. Articles may be written for students wishing to improve their skills, or for instructors and colleges wishing to help students acquire study skills. View our complete list of Databases A-Z, or use the suggested individual databases.
For assistance with using StorySearch for research, access our "Help me use StorySearch" tutorial page.
Learning Express Library
Use our Learning Express database to improve your Study Skills. This database is available on- and off-campus and has lots of modules, practice tests, and ebooks you can use to learn and practice basic skills. Learn at your own pace! Most topics are covered in English and in Spanish. Skills include:
- Writing & Grammar
- Reading comprehension
- Vocabulary & Spelling
- Technical college skills
- Public Speaking
- Math & Reasoning
Studying is Hard Work!
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