DIY Learning Tools - Workshops

The Center offers a semester-long series of workshops that are open to all Ole Miss Students. These workshops are designed to show students how to create their own learning tools. The techniques shown help students to (1) reflect on how they learn and (2) practice alternative study techniques for more effective and efficient learning. The topics that will be discussed are listed below. Students may attend any one, or all, of the workshops. Space is open for 12 students per session. Registration is required and is available on a first come, first serve basis.

The DIY workshops are held twice each week in Hill Hall, room 117, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:00 - 3:50 PM.

All workshops have concluded for the fall semester.

 

Additional Resources

  • Khan Academy - If you need help with Math (from pre-algebra to calculus IV and beyond), Science (biology, chemistry, physics), or Business (banking, economics, finance), the Khan Academy is an online audio-visual library of modules you can access 24/7. It's an excellent website - check it out.
  • AST Google Site - The Academic Success Training (AST) site has online documents that will take you step-by-step through some of the more popular study skills workshops. As you read about effective study skills, you are encouraged to reflect on how you learn and practice alternative techniques.