Click on the following resources to help you with your Time Management goals. These are PDFs -- to view or print these files you must install the free Adobe Reader or another PDF reader program such as the Foxit Reader.
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These Course Record dividers provide
a location for you to list important information about your
courses as well as keep a running list of assignments and grades
for these courses. Five pages of study skills hints are also provided
to print on the back of each divider, providing a
method to organize all of your courses and keep track of returned work.
Keep track of what you do for an entire week, and then use this handout to analyze how
you are using your time, where you are wasting time, and
develop a plan to make improvements.
This work-plan allows you
to determine the requirements of a long-term project and set up a
personal schedule to complete it by the due date.
This form will help you get the most out
each syllabus you get and note important information that will help you
be successful in each course.
This provides a website for a great
Learning Styles Inventory that is free and easy to use. Most
importantly, after you determine your learning style,
this site provides practical strategies to use throughout the semester
to build on the strengths of that learning style.
survey will help you determine if you have what it takes to be
successful as an on-line student. A link is also provided to the
Online Survival Guide developed by the Bakersfield College Distance