Wednesday study skills webinars

Macmillan Publishers are offering a series of free study skills webinars in support of their academic writing book series. The webinars last one hour each and cover reflective journaling, essay writing, and goal setting, motivation and overcoming procrastination. They run on Wednesday afternoons for the next three weeks, starting and start this Wednesday afternoon.

Journal your way to success 

Wednesday 28 April at 2pm

An interactive webinar with Barbara Bassot where you will look at how reflective journaling can be used to develop successful study habits, help you become more aware of your strengths and reach your goals. The session will include a guided journaling activity.

Register now here on EventBrite.

You can find out more about the webinar leader’s books by follow these links: The Reflective JournalThe Employability Journal and The Study Success Journal.

Take your essays to the next level

Wednesday 5 May at 2pm

Take your writing to the next level, learn to avoid common essay pitfalls, unpick essay questions and begin to approach essays with greater confidence.

Register now here on EventBrite. 

You can find out more about essay writing in the webinar leader’s book Brilliant Essays.

How to stay motivated and get work done

Wednesday 12 May at 2 pm

If you have ever suffered from procrastination, loss of confidence or waning motivation you are most certainly not alone. This webinar is for you. Offering practical pointers on building successful study habits and routines, getting started with tasks and projects even when you don’t feel like it, maintaining motivation when the going gets tough, setting achievable goals, overcoming challenges, and facing the future with confidence.

Register now here on EventBrite. 

You can find out more about essay writing in the webinar leader’s book Be Well, Learn Well.

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