Interested to learn about different study strategies and techniques?
To improve your study skills, you must first recognize what strategies you're currently using, and evaluate how well they're working for you. This means that being successful and effective with your study strategies requires prioritization, reflection and a willingness to adapt your strategies as needed
Online learning requires the same amount of time and effort as an in-class course.
The perks of taking online courses are numerous. They offer additional flexibility for busy students, especially for those balancing school with work, family, extra-curricular activities, as well as those taking a course from a remote location. Plus, many courses let you work comfortably at your own pace.
If you’ve never taken one before, you may not know what to expect. Studying online requires time management skills and self-direction. It's left on you to take initiative to read and understand the course content, as well as complete any required assessments on your own.
Please find below tip sheets for general studying good practices, and studying online.
Disclaimer: TMU and TRSM does not officially endorse the external apps and sites listed here, and may not be held responsible for any technological issues that arise from their use. Please use at your own discretion.
An app that creates white noise and other soundscapes to help you focus on the task at hand.
TMU Virtual Applications (VApps)
TMU's Virtual Applications (VApps) provide secure access to licensed software applications from anywhere with an Internet connection. By using VApps, you can use applications without having to install them on your computer.
Applications available with VApps:
R for Windows (R-Project)
SAS Foundation with Enterprise Guide
VApps Desktop (Includes: ANSYS, Catia, R for Windows, and more.)
The PASS office has curated an inventory if tip sheets and vieo resources tailored to many common courses in the TRSM curriculum. This includes Accounting (ACC), Economics (ECN), Finance (FIN), Information Technology (ITM), Law & Business (LAW), Statistics (QMS), and more.