- Planning Your Education
- Education Timeline and Tasks
- Study Skills and Strategies
- Academic Integrity
- Critical Thinking Skills
- Language Learning
- Learning Disabilities
- Learning Styles
- Note Taking and Listening
- Online Learning Skills
- Reading Strategies
- Speaking and Working in Groups
- Study Skills for College
- Test Preparation and Anxiety
- Technology Skills
- Time Management
- Writing for College
- Preparing for Academic Success
- Charting Your Education Plan
- Reviewing and Adjusting Your Plan
- Using Library and Research Resources
Study Skills and Strategies
Studies show that we each have a learning style that best helps us to learn. Try at least one of the following assessments to see how you can maximize your learning skills. Assessments and results are free.
Index of Learning Styles (ILS) This is an on-line instrument used to assess learning preferences on four dimensions (active/reflective, sensing/intuitive, visual/verbal, and sequential/global).
Learning Style Assessments This site provides a general overview of learning styles.
LINKup Employability Skills Learning Styles This assessment helps you compare how you learn with key employment skills.
Multiple Intelligences Assessment This inventory is based on Howard Gardner's theories of eight different learning styles.
VARK Assessment This assessment measures your Visual, Aural, Reading & Writing, and Kinesthetic learning styles.
Note Taking and Listening Skills
Online Learning Skills
The following resources offer strategies for the online learner including an assessment, time management tips, netiquette, and more.
Your campus may have resources to assist you with developing your GPS LifePlan. Be sure to take advantage of their valuable services.