The guide to learning and study skills : for higher education and at work
- 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.
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|Kirtland Community College Library||LB 2395 .D74 2010||30775305530058||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780566092336
- ISBN: 0566092336
vi, 424 pages ; 25 cm
- Publisher: Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Gower, ©2010.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Writing essays and dissertations -- Writing reports -- Producing portfolios and journals -- Giving a presentation, viva or being observed -- Doing a project -- Succeeding with exams (or tests) -- Finding, using and analysing information and evidence -- Plagiarism and referencing -- Making notes -- Presenting your work; making it look good -- Discussions: face-to-face and on-line (in seminars, groups, etc.) -- Working in a group or team -- Dealing with other people -- Action planning: identifying actions; making reccommendations -- Handling time and pressure -- Solving problems and making decisions -- Reflecting on your learning and experience (including feedback) -- Personal / professional development planning (PDP).|
|Summary, etc.:||This guide builds on the highly successful materials the authors have developed over the last 15 years. Alongside highly practical guidance on traditional learning skills, the book provides guidance for students on learning in a blended environment.|
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The Guide to Learning and Study Skills : For Higher Education and at Work
Sue Drew's long career in higher education began as an HE careers adviser. She became an educational developer, supporting academic staff in course development and quality review. This work included a focus on embedding key skills in the HE curriculum and developing student skills resources. Most recently she has been a Principal Lecturer in Education, teaching in the Education subject area at undergraduate and postgraduate level (including PhD supervision) and doing educational research. Rosie Bingham is a Senior Lecturer in Academic Practice. She initially worked as a primary school teacher then as an HE lecturer in Education, then became an educational developer, supporting academic colleagues in course planning, development and review. This work included a focus on embedding Personal Development Planning in the HE curriculum and developing students' skills. They are together or separately (sometimes with others) authors of: The Student Skills Guide, Second Edition; Developing Student Support Groups; Key Work Skills; The Student Guide to Making an Oral Presentation CD ROM; Key Skills Online: Intranet Support for Students CD ROM; all published by Gower.