These links give access to online resources for improving learning skills and strategies. This page will continue to updated to reflect new helpful materials.
Complete this interactive tutorial on distance learning created by CDLI.
Updated daily, the Student Support Center offers an FAQ list answering questions related to remote campus services, logistics, technology, and more.
Information on how to engage virtually with your SeattleU community and beyond.
Rescue Time helps you understand where your time goes each day by tracking exactly how you spend time on your digital devices.
Forest is an app that helps you keep focused by planting trees in a digital forest. Your trees will grow as you focus on your work. Earn coins to help plant real trees with nonprofit Trees for the Future.
Available on Google Chrome, Mindful Browsing nudges you away from time wasting websites using beautiful images and personalized reminders.
Brought to you by the University of Minnesota, this assignment calculator breaks down research and writing projects into manageable steps based on your due dates. You can even sign up for notifications to keep you on track!
How well do you understand your own learning preferences? Take the VARK assessment to better understand how you learn best and then apply strategies tailored to your individualized learning preferences to your studies.
This very comprehensive nventory of study skills for students covers a wide range topics in an accessible format.
Crafted for students by the Darmouth College Wellness Center, these guided relaxation exercises will help you relax your body and mind.
Whether you love or hate Algebra, these engaging online lessons are a great supplementary resource.
The WolframAlpha problem solving app offers expert level equations answers on many different topics, including step-by-step solutions for over 60 topics in Math, Chemistry, and Physics.
High quality study resources on Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences and more.
In addition to writing consultations, our partner in the SeattleU Learning Commons has assembled a valuable list of resources for students on many different writing topics.
A collection of the best free educational and cultural media on the Internet, including audio books, ebooks, lectures, films, and an excellent compilation of learning resources for 48 different languages.
Beloved by learners around the world for very good reason, The Khan Academy offers lessons a wide range of academic topics.
Alison offers free online academic and personal growth courses aimed at empowering people to be life-long learners.