Starting University

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Starting University
1 Sleep
1.1 Health
1.1.1 Stress
1.1.2 Immune system
1.1.3 Concentration
1.1.4 Exhaustion
1.2 Regular sleeping patterns
1.2.1 When attending university
1.2.2 During placements
1.2.3
1.3 Time where I best study
1.3.1 Evenings
1.3.2 Afternoons
1.3.3 Night
1.3.4 After university
1.3.5 Weekends
1.3.6 Days off
1.3.7 Not mornings!
2 Organisation Skills
2.1 Of notes
2.1.1 Notes made in class
2.1.2 Hand-outs from lectures
2.1.2.1 Can be useful during Private study
2.1.2.2 As a point of reference
2.2 resources
2.2.1 E books
2.2.2 Primo
2.2.2.1 E-books
2.2.2.2 Journals/articles
2.2.3 Internet
2.2.4 DLE
2.2.4.1 Lecture powerpoints
2.2.5 Peers
2.2.5.1 Chat rooms/Forums
2.2.5.2 Meeting up with peers for assignment support
2.3 Time
2.3.1 Work/life balance
2.3.2 Social life
2.3.2.1 Friends/family
2.3.3 Studying
2.3.4 Attending University
2.3.5 To read
2.3.5.1 Background reading
2.3.5.2 Reading list
2.4 Of I.T. documents
2.4.1 Microsoft 365
2.4.1.1 Ipad
2.4.1.2 Laptop
2.4.1.3 University computers
2.4.1.4 Cloud storage
3 Time management
3.1 Self-study
3.1.1 Accessing help from home
3.1.1.1 Emails
3.1.1.2 Peers
3.1.2 Using time effectively
3.2 Attending Uni
3.2.1 Using Library
3.2.1.1 Long lunch breaks
3.2.1.2 After Uni
3.2.1.3 At weekends
3.3 Studying
3.4 Social time
3.4.1 Friends/family
3.5 Work/life balance
3.5.1 Relaxation/stress relief
3.6 Reading
3.6.1 Books in the reading list
3.6.2 background knowledge
3.6.3 General interest
4 Studying
4.1 At home
4.1.1 Right environment
4.1.1.1 Quiet
4.1.1.2 Comfortable
4.1.1.3 Resources
4.2 Library
4.3 Making the most of lectures
4.3.1 Good Note-taking
4.3.2 Engaging
4.3.3 Questions
4.3.4 Accessing presentations prior to lecture
4.3.4.1 To prepare for the lecture
4.3.4.2 Opportunity to look into areas/topics that I am unsure about
4.4 Reading
4.4.1 Reading
4.4.1.1 Books
4.4.1.2 E-books
4.4.1.3 Journals
4.4.1.4 Articles
4.4.1.5 Polices
4.4.1.6 Research
4.5 Utilising the most appropiate resources
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