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I like this one particularly because it gets into sound learning and memory information as well as suggested strategies,  rather than just "prescribing" strategies.  It was particularly well received by non-traditional students.  

Academic Transformation: The Road to College Success, 2nd Edition
De Sellers , Carol W. Dochen , & Russ W. Hodges 



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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Reid, Joshua
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Subject: Recommendations for Student-Centered Learning Texts

Dear List:

One of my faculty members here is looking for recommendations for books written for a student audience that would provide concrete tips and strategies to help students learn in college based on sound research on learning theories, brain science, education, and/or Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).  What are your favorites?  Thanks so much. 

Best, 

Josh Reid

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