The Internet is rich with all sorts of resources that span a wide range of academic areas. Here, you will find links to sites that may offer insight to you on a number of topics in which you have a current interest. Some of the sites are expository and some are interactive. Hopefully, the ones you go to will have something to offer to you.
These resources can help you understand learning styles, how to study, how to minimize test anxiety, and how to take good notes.
Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligence (MI)
This page provides an explanation of learning styles and an interactive assessment of your learning style/MI, and practical tips to make your learning style work for you.
Welcome to Study Skills Online – Version 1.10
An electronic guide to some of the best ways to study.
Managing Test Anxiety
What can you do to control test anxiety?
Sweet Briar College
The Academic Resource Center at Sweet Briar College.
Topics range from basic to advanced math.
Here is a collection of graph paper of various sorts, all downloadable in pdf format.
RMIT University: Writing Skills
These resources cover essential writing skills.
Godwin Memorial Library
Located on the New Bern Campus on the second floor of the Barker Building
NC LIVE offers free electronic access to resources for all ages on topics ranging from careers, business, and investing, to health, history, and genealogy.
Log on with Site ID Number: 0104094. Use the Password: career
Academic Skills Center
Visit the Academic Skills Center for information on Free Tutoring available at Craven Community College.
The Testing Center at Craven Community College for proctored Distance Learning and Make-up tests as well as placement testing. Testing is available at both the New Bern and the Havelock Campus.