Study Skills Connected Using Technology to Support Your Studies

by Neil Morris, Stella Cottrell

Part of the Palgrave Study Skills Series

Study Skills Connected Using Technology to Support Your Studies Synopsis

Engaging, accessible and practical, this book helps students to get the most out of new technologies to enhance their learning practices, engage with their studies and improve their study skills. Covering a broad range of topics, it encourages a reflective perspective on e-learning resources.

Study Skills Connected Using Technology to Support Your Studies Press Reviews

'The beauty of this book is its accessibility and clarity and that it is primarily about how to apply study skills when using technology and online content - I don't know of any accessible online material that does this.' - Jeanne Godfrey, formerly Principal Lecturer in Learning and Teaching, University of Westminster, UK 'The topics are thorough. The author takes us through various aspects from e.g. learning what a podcast is, to how to find and cite them, to learning with them, and finally how to create them.' - Janey Flanagan, Director of E-Learning, Borough of Manhattan Community College, US 'Engaging content, written in a very appropriate tone and style for the modern audience.' - Tony Ward, Head of Psychology, UWE, UK 'This book gives the student the opportunity to see how technologies can be used in carrying out core academic tasks.' - Kate Williams, Study Advice Centre, Oxford Brookes University, UK

Book Information

ISBN: 9781137019455
Publication date: 27th July 2012
Author: Neil Morris, Stella Cottrell
Publisher: Palgrave an imprint of Palgrave Macmillan
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 208 pages
Categories: Study & learning skills: general, Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (CAL),

About Neil Morris, Stella Cottrell

Stella Cottrell is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Learning, Teaching and Student Engagement at the University of East London, UK. This position sees a return to the University of East London for Stella where she previously spent ten years working in educational development. Prior to her current position, Stella was Director for Lifelong Learning at the University of Leeds, UK. She has an international reputation for teaching and learning with her publications for staff and students being used by universities and colleges around the world. First published in 1999, The Study Skills Handbook is now in its 4th edition and has sold more than 3/4 ...

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