Studying Resources & Workshops

We support undergraduate and graduate students in the learning process and in their academic skill development.

We can help you:  

  • Plan and use your time effectively 
  • Control procrastination and perfectionism, and complete your assignments, thesis, or program on time 
  • Prepare for many different types of exams, including multiple choice 
  • Read textbooks and scholarly articles more effectively 
  • Take better notes and study efficiently 
  • Improve your memory and concentration 
  • Work more effectively in groups 
  • Enhance your presentation skills, including strategies for managing nervousness 
  • Practice your presentation and receive feedback from professional staff 
  • Design and present academic posters 

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Supported Learning Groups (SLGs)

Supported Learning Groups (SLGs) are free peer-led study groups held on a weekly basis to help students taking historically challenging courses. They are designed to give students a more in-depth understanding of the course content while learning in a small online group format.


We offer two semester-long programs:

Individual appointments 

Learning experts are available to help you develop your time management, studying, or presentation skills.  


We offer a variety of specialized workshops to help you develop your skills in giving academic presentations, balancing your well-being with academics, studying, and managing your time.

Browse all learning workshops. 

Services for faculty & instructors

We offer:

  • Customized, in-class instruction
  • Customized training for teaching assistants and student leaders
  • Consultation services for the collaborative development of course activities, assignments, learning outcomes, and assessment tools.

Request an in-class instruction session or other customized service.


  • Effective studying resources on reading, note-taking, concentrating, and study strategies such as concept maps and matrix charts. 
  • Exam prep resources to help you prepare for multiple choice and essay exams, as well as advice for studying effectively. 
  • Group work and presentation resources with advice on group work and on all stages of academic presentations, from preparing your slides to answering audience questions. 
  • Mark calculator to help you calculate your marks in each of your courses and your semester average. 
  • Time management resources include downloadable schedules and many resources on controlling procrastination and using your time effectively and efficiently. 

Upcoming workshops