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Learning Courses

Learning how to Learn

Knowledge is not transferred, it is formed. In higher education, instructors are moving toward a learner-centered approach. In this approach, answers are not given—you must learn how to formulate the answers yourself. This often proves to be a difficult challenge when transitioning to college.

We offer many ways to sharpen your learning skills by helping you discover more about yourself, your individual learning style, and the various methods that work best for you. Among these are the learning courses listed here.

UDI 149
In this two-credit-hour course, we will explore the relationship between the research on learning, neuroscience, and your own experience of—and needs in—learning. The course will require you to make connections between the content of this course and your past and present learning experiences. The goal of the course is to further develop your approaches to studying and enhance your learning experiences in American college classes. Class limit: 15 per section.

Office of Learning Resources

Roesch Library
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302