Looking for online resources to help with your course work?
Online Student Skills Workshops
Explore ACC’s free online workshops using the tabs below. These workshops will give advice about common topics like note-taking, testing, and managing your time and stress to support you on your path to success in college.
- Distance Learning Workshops (Developing Reading Skills, Developing Effective Paragraphs,Taking Effective Notes, Writing an Effective Thesis Statement, Beating Test Anxiety, Goal Setting & Time Management and Stress Management)
Resources for Study Skills
Attitude, Stress Management
Time Management Resources
Free Student-Friendly Apps!
- Mathway – The mobile application that will guide you step-by-step while you search for algebra, geometry, or any other math solution. Enter your task into the application and find out if your solution is the same as the one offered.
- Studious – This student-friendly app helps you organize your study schedule. You can organize things by homework, class, timetable and exams. Each day you can see what classes you have, any exams on that day and what assignments that are due. It’s a great way to track your productivity.Don’t let that sneaky procrastination take you by surprise. You’ll stay prepared and proactive with this app.
- Easybib – Help with citations.
- Studious – With Studious, your phone will never embarrass you in class again by going off and forgetting about assignments and upcoming tests will be old news!
- Mint – Control your budget and see what your money is spent on.
- Dropbox– Upload different files(documents, photos, videos) in the cloud and access them online whenever you need them.
- Quizlet – Quizlet helps you create flashcards, tests, and study games make learning fun and engaging for students of all ages.
- Evernote – From short lists to lengthy research, no matter what form your writing takes, Evernote keeps you focused on moving those ideas from inspiration to completion.
- Clockwork Tomato – The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method that can help your studying techniques. The idea is pretty simple. Break up your studying by taking a 5 minute break every 25 minutes. After four 25 minute sessions take a 15 minute break. This technique is based on the idea that frequent breaks help mental agility. Clockwork Tomato is an app that keeps track of your Pomodoro and tells you when to break and get back to work.
- 7 Minute Workout – College life can be full of homework and unhealthy eating. You may find yourself having limited time to exercise. 7 Minute Workout is a great app that can help you exercise in less than 10 minutes per day. The workout consists of 12 exercises (30 seconds each) that can be done practically anywhere.
- Mindly – Mindly helps to organize your inner universe. Give a structure to your thoughts, capture ideas, plan a speech, take notes. It is up to you. The universe is yours.
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