For study tips, tricks, hacks and facts, we’ve got you covered. Part of adjusting to life in college is learning how to study like a college student. And of course, if you can master those university-level study skills in high school, you’ll be way ahead of the game. We’ve got proven techniques for getting more out of your study time along with an absolutely enormous (and growing) collection of Study Guides, Great Books Lists, Histories By Discipline, and even a few fun extracurricular activities.
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From our comprehensive look at college-level study skills to our resources for the online college student, you’ll find a wealth of helpful tips for improving your study outcomes. Look for our growing library to highlight both best practices in college studying and innovative new ideas for getting to the next level.
These Study Starters” are study guides that give you a bird’s eye view of an important subject while providing countless pathways for further exploration. We get you started and you take your research in whatever direction you’d like. The possibilities are truly endless.
For every major discipline, there are great books and influential texts that have impacted thinking, challenged convention, and even achieved mainstream popularity. We’ve compiled a set of rankings that are rich with information and insight, compiling the most consequential books in every major area of study over the last decade. The result is a set of resources that offers literally hundreds of starting points for your research.
Studying the history of a discipline can teach us a great deal about the subject as it is taught and practiced today. We’ve done our best to encapsulate these incredibly dense areas of study into rapid-fire historical narratives. Find out where we’ve been, where we stand, and where we’re going in each of these major fields of study.
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And because our primary goal is to give you the tools not just to study and learn, but to take your learning in your own new and exciting directions, we invite you to jump to our People page, where you can rank the most influential thinkers in the world according to school, discipline, and more!
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