Study Skills Made Easy
Roy Gregory BSc MPhil MA MRAeS CEng
Price £15.95 paperback, 152pp
This book does not aim to provide provide a prescriptive approach to study skills, but a starting point with approaches and ideas that can be developed to suit individual needs. It has been targeted at scientists and engineers, and is written in a concise and easily accessible way, centred around the problem-solving method.
It includes information on Personal Development Planning, and could be used either independently or as a complement to such schemes.
The following chapters are included:
- How can I solve problems?
- How can I manage myself?
- How can I manage my learning?
- How can my team work best together?
- How can I communicate well?
- How can I write good reports?
- How can I give good talks?
- Useful books
Also included are two appendices, the first containing an excerpt from the report on the Kegworth air crash and the second details of meetings, agendas and minutes.
There are over 50 exercises, most of which are based on worksheets, to consolidate the points and skills addressed in the text. This makes the book ideal for formal courses or for individual study alike.
Inside - sample Chapter 1
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