Learning Resources


No matter where you are in your studies, these resources can help you stay on track and support your learning.

Want to explore the different learning resources and additional learning supports available to you at McGill? Use this Mind Map to see what is offered across the university. You can either download the PDF or interactively engage with the board on Mural.

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Workshops

Join workshops to help you adapt your study habits for success

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How I Learn Best

Learning tips and strategies submitted by McGill students, for McGill students

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Getting started with myCourses

Learn more about McGill's learning management system

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Exam preparation

From multiple choice to essay exams, use these strategies to prepare

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Connecting with instructors

Create and maintain connections with instructors in any learning environment

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Group work

Help set yourself and your group up for a successful experience

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Learning with Zoom

Familiarize yourself with this popular web conferencing tool

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Learning with Mural

Explore a visual, collaborative tool to enhance your learning and organization

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Reading strategies

Stay focused and motivated as you move through your readings

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Time management

Discover strategies and tools to support how you spend your time

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Study to learn

Tools and approaches that will help you take your study sessions to the next level

 


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