Once again, it is Wednesday, so here’s six more links for your enjoyment.
This post is spot-on in terms of how we attempt to become successful. It also provides an alternate method to becoming great. Unlike posts on other blogs, it doesn’t just repeat a bunch of methods. Instead, it gives you a new outlook to an age-old problem.
Been looking for that excuse to stop writing that essay, and watch a few videos? Well, here it is! This sort of thing is what will make or break you as a successful student, your desire to go outside the classroom to learn.
Humanities, Social Sciences and Liberal Arts are seriously undervalued in today’s fast-paced technology-focused environment. College Thrive explains why this is wrong, and what studying in these fields can bring you.
Students write a lot, we all know that. They’re also on the go, or have an internet connection nearly all the time. Unfortunately, there aren’t any software applications that can fit in your pocket. Enter the web. Here’s a list of tools, not just for writing, but for researching. Have fun.
I’ve told you twice how great iStudiez Pro is, but if you want a second opinion, read this review. Although a lot of the UI is from the iPad version, it will be useful for all iDevice owners
If you don’t mind the brief history lesson, Machiavelli has some important words of advice for you. Then Mark Harrison puts them into non-1600s terms.