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Based on the work of expert Stella Cottrell, international bestselling author of The Study Skills Handbook, this interactive resource will help you hone and develop your study skills at your own pace. Each module has been carefully designed so you can assess your current proficiency, track your progress, become more confident and get the most out of your course.
Please note that you will be required to log in to this resource using your BU login.
Time Management Study Skills Workshop
This workshop is suitable for UNDERGRADUATE and POSTGRADUATE students and includes::
- Planning and prioritising your time; Work/life balance; Time management techniques.
Time Management Resources
This Learn Higher site has lots of tips on time management skills, including how to break bad habits, deal with distractions and overcome procrastination.
The Skinny on Time Management [E-book] by
Publication Date: 2010
This book summarizes for you the thinking of those who have spent years contemplating time and time management. This book will tell you exactly what you need to know to find the time to accomplish your goals. This book addresses not only techniques for creating additional time but also strategies for making more impactful and effective use of the time you have. Those people who master the techniques and strategies presented in this book are well on their way to the success they aspire to.
Skilful Time Management [E-book] by
Publication Date: 2007
'I was getting badly behind with my work - missing deadlines and not covering essential ground. Peter's practical suggestions have helped me prioritize my tasks, make much better use of my time, and get back on track.' BSc Economics student Are you, like many other students, faced with complex and often conflicting demands on your time? Do you feel as though you're constantly under pressure to make difficult decisions about what task to get on with next? Do you find having irregular deadlines superimposed on top of your weekly timetable a headache to deal with? This book is designed to help you cope with academic demands in a way that makes best use of your time - and puts you in control of your life. It is based on the principle that an ounce of organization can save you a ton of struggle. It shows you, among other things, how to Create a time-use strategy and put it into practice Plan your weekly routine Prioritize tasks, and manage two or more tasks at once Use your time productively Overcome blocks to getting started on tasks Make sure you meet deadlines