As the school year progresses, you may find yourself feeling overwhelmed or in need of help with your studies - that’s why we’ve created the Moving Forward module! It’s a one-stop shop for all your research, presentation, and assignment needs.
“I’ve got an exam this week and I don’t know where to start!”
“How will I remember everything?”
“How can I avoid distractions and stay focused?”
If you’re stressed out about exams, try these studying and test-taking tips:
Stress, anxiety, frustration; we’ve all been there!
Maybe you slept through your alarm and are running late for class or you’ve accidentally deleted an assignment that’s due tomorrow.
Whatever the worry, there are healthy ways to deal with it.
Use these stress management strategies to deal with the everyday pressures of life:
“I found something good. I think. I’m not sure. How do I evaluate it all?”
“How do I cite information that i’ve used?”
If this sounds like you, here are some strategies that can help:
Are you overwhelmed at the thought of writing an assignment?
Not sure where to start?
Not sure where to start? Don’t bite off more than you can chew; keep it simple by working in stages and you’ll be writing a masterpiece in no time!
Being able to communicate your ideas in writing will come in handy in life. Luckily, there are strategies to help you grow your communication skills:
Are you nervous for a presentation?
Creating original visual aids AND speaking in front of an audience- yikes!
“What if I freeze and forget my speech?”
“What happens if there are technical difficulties?”
“Will people think my presentation is boring?”
You can learn to not only conquer that fear, but also to give an awesome presentation that people want to watch.
Here are some strategies that can help:
“I want to make my projects stand out!”
“I need new, exciting ways to express my ideas”
“I want to market myself in creative ways”
Here are some strategies that will make your instructor or potential employer take notice:
Do you struggle to understand technology?
Do you feel confused about computers?
Maybe you’ve got the basics covered and would like to learn more?
If you want to boost your digital skills, here are some strategies that can help:
The internet is a wonderful place filled with endless information and hilarious cat videos, but like most things in life, it has it’s downsides.
Although you may feel anonymous online, what you do online can affect your future and will follow you everywhere.
If you use the internet (really, who doesn’t?!) we suggest checking out these strategies to do it safely and respectfully:
NOTE: this material is meant as a general guide, if your professor's instructions differ from the information we've provided, always follow your professor's instructions.