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Study Skills for Success
- Berkun, S. (2009). Confessions of a public speaker. Beijing: O'Reilly. PN4129.15 B47 2010 - Humanities and Social Sciences Library
- Duarte, N. (2008). Slide:ology: The art and science of creating great presentations. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly Media. Also available in print: HF5718.22 D83 2008 Management collection, Humanities and Social Sciences Library, 4th floor
- Godin, S. (2007, January 27.) Really Bad Powerpoint.
- Işsever, C., & Peach, K. J. (2010). Presenting science: A practical guide to giving a good talk. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Q223 I87 2010 - Schulich Science & Engineering Library
- Lewis, L. S., American Society for Training and Development., & Books24x7, Inc. (2008). 10 steps to successful presentations. Alexandria, Va.: ASTD Press.
- Reynolds, G. (2008). Presentation zen: Simple ideas on presentation design and delivery. Berkeley, CA: New Riders Pub. Also available in print HF5718.22 R49 2008 Management collection, Humanities and Social Sciences Library, 4th floor
- Bly, R. W. (2010). Make every second count: Time management tips and techniques for more success with less stress. Pompton Plains, NJ: Career Press.
- Forsyth, P. (2009). 100 great time management ideas. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Business.
- Manktelow, J. (2007). Manage stress. London: Dorling Kindersley.
- O'Connor, K., & Maxey, C. (2010). 10 steps to successful time management. Alexandria, Va: ASTD Press.
Studying and writing
- McWhorter, K. (2010). College reading and study skills. Boston: Longman. LB2395.3 M386 2010 Humanities and Social Sciences Library
- Palmer, R. (2008). Studying for success. New York: Routledge.
- Pauk, W. (2011). How to study in college. Boston: Cengage Learning. LB2395 P3 2011 Humanities and Social Sciences Library
- Plagiarism Tutorial: You Quote it, You Note It!
- Cornell Notetaking Method Video
- Study Tips
….and more! Search the McGill Library Catalogue for “Stress Management” or ”Time Management” or “Study Skills”
- The McGill Writing Centre has a tutorial service and a variety of writing courses
Google Docs: create and manage documents online
Evernote: organize notes, clippings from web pages, and more
Dropbox: store your files to access from any computer
Diigo:store and organize bookmarks for web pages
Citation management software: EndNote, RefWorks, and more
- Translation Studies
- English grammar and writing
- Intensive English Advanced A (course guide)
- Intensive English Advanced B (course guide)
- Resources for international students