No matter your level of experience in online learning, this module will provide resources to help you make choices that function well in the online environment and contribute to your successful learning. Many courses have online sections, and some are online only. Your goals as a student, and the goals your professors have for you, remain the same whether you learn in person or online. What differs is how you pursue and attain those goals.
This course provides an opportunity to reflect on how you manage time, consider how you want to change your habits, and learn strategies that can increase your effectiveness. You will learn more about the psychology of why we make certain choices with how we manage our time, and be introduced to a series of activities and learning resources. With what you discover, you will be able to create a more productive schedule and task plan.
This course introduces you to what academic integrity is, why it is important, and how to maintain it. Completing this course will help you understand how Rutgers University supports academic integrity through resources, rules, and systems. Rutgers students agree to follow these rules as part of a community of integrity. Your commitment to academic integrity will ensure you have the best opportunity for success in college.
This course highlights the purpose and power of note taking as a driver of active learning and is designed to increase your effectiveness as a note taker. You will learn why targeted note taking can help you prepare more effectively for assessments, details about specific note-taking methods, and guidance for choosing what is most important to write in your notes.
This course is designed to help you build metacognition, meaning an understanding of how your brain operates when you think and learn. You will explore the three metacognitive processes, assess how well you use each one, identify where you would like to improve, and plan specific ways to increase metacognition and improve your learning.
In this course, you will add to your toolbox of study strategies and build your skill in applying them toward more effective retention and understanding of course content. The module divides study strategies into three learning goals: Memorizing information, using and examining information, and problem solving. You'll explore each and access additional resources to support your learning and practice.
Plan for Success
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