REACH - University of Louisville

Online Resources

In addition to the many programs and services REACH offers to all undergraduate students, we also have a growing number of resources available online for assistance day or night.

UofL Resources for Students

Offsite Resources for Students

  • The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) Financial Literacy
    Be sure to check out the financial literacy video.
  • Academic skills Online
    Free academic skills videos developed by the Centre for Student Development at McMaster University.
    The most inclusive study skills website online. Especially helpful are the links to the top ten university learning sites with brief descriptions of each.
  • Dartmouth Academic Skills Center
    This site from Dartmouth College includes a series of brief videos on different college study skills that you can watch on your computer. Great for students who need information quickly.
  • Learning Strategies for School or Career
    This web page contains links to help students discover strategies for learning preparation, studying, classroom participation, reading skills, preparing for tests, taking tests, writing skills, writing types, tips for science and math, and working with web content.
  • Bucks County Community College
    This is one of the best sites around for specific areas of concern for the college student. Easy to follow links and practical solutions to problems many university students experience.
  • Writing a Science Lab Report
    Use this format when you are asked to write a report of an experiment in which the results and your interpretations are of primary importance. This written record of the experiment includes the analysis of the data, observations, inferences and/or conclusions reached.
  • Academic Success Videos
    View Online Academic Success Videos
  • Time Management
    Tips for effective Time Management
  • Ungergrad Guide to Online Research
    This guide covers source material for academic papers: how to find it, how to organize it, how to share it with fellow researchs, and how to cite it.

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