Learning and Study Resources

Check out the learning support resources below!

Creating a Quarterly Calendar

Keep track of an entire quarter of quizzes, tests, and paper deadlines at a glance. This tool can also help you break your large tasks into manageable pieces. Paper copies of the Quarterly Calendar are available in the lobbies of the CFL, Ames Library, and all Residence Halls.  

Creating a Weekly Calendar

Managing your time is key to being a successful college student. Creating a weekly schedule will keep you focused on your academic goals — and also help you plan time for fun. Download and customize your weekly schedule with our weekly schedule template. 

Starting off Strong

Successful students build good habits right from the start! Use this two-week guide to help you get going.

Active Study Strategies

Did you know that self-quizzing decreases anxiety and increases your learning? Active study strategies can help you understand and retain new information.

Graphic Organizers

If you’re a visual learner, this handout will give you a variety of visual models to help you organize and remember material.

5 Day Study Plan

Reduce those long nights and late-night caffeine highs with a five-day study plan. Spreading out your review over a few days won’t only help your health — you’ll actually remember more and be more prepared.

Cornell or Wide Margin Notes

(Wide Margin Notes Template) Some students love the wide-margin system of note taking. Cornell notes will keep you organized and double as a study guide when you have an exam.

Strategies for Test Taking 

Test preparation doesn’t start the night before the test when you pull out your book—and not even the week before when you start creating outlines and flash cards. Three stages in test preparation can impact your success. Learn what they are and more using CFL Strategies for Test Taking.

Simple Test Taking Tips

Learn how to be better prepared, strategic, and less anxious before, during, and after a test. Discover tips for how to approach various types of exam questions.  

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