What is skills4studycampus?
Stella Cottrell is the bestselling author of The Study Skills Handbook. In this brief video she outlines how skills4studycampus caters to students’ varied preferences for learning and how it distils key messages from The Study Skills Handbook.
Diagnostic tests help students focus on the areas where they will benefit most and help to make this a personal learning experience.
Self assessments encourage reflection, helping students increase their awareness of their knowledge and skills.
Interactions throughout the resource contain hours of material designed to grab the learner's attention and help them become better students.
Practice activities help reinforce new skills.
Module assessments test understanding and allow teaching staff to monitor progress.
Multimedia has been built into the resource with a range of audio & video to increase accessibility and appeal to a wide range of learning styles.
My journal allows students to reflect and keep notes which they can download and print at any time – especially helpful as a way to support personal development and planning.
My progress gives each student an overall summary of how much of the resource they have completed.
Downloads include a wealth of additional checklists, exercises and advice which students can download.
Glossary tooltips allow students to hover over a word and get a full explanation.