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The Learning Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has a no-nonsense guide to reading strategies so you can make the most of your time with your textbooks. Click on the icon to learn more.

Cornell University shares their recommended P2R (preview, read actively, review) reading system for getting the most out of your textbooks, including a guideline for scheduling your reading sessions. Click on the icon for more info.

Say Something is a great tool for reading texts in a study group, but you can also build in milestones as you read alone to ensure you process what you've just read. Click on the icon to view more info.

Master these symbols, and you can draw the world...or at least semi-decent diagrams for your notes :)

The Visual Alphabet

This video is meant for kids, but it does a great job of breaking down the complex process of finding the main idea: a major challenge presented in this week's chapter. Many times we're taught to look for the main idea and then the supporting details, but that doesn't work a lot of times in practice, making it a useless strategy. Instead, try looking for the topic > supporting details > and then figuring out the main idea.