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Organization, development, and implementation of college reading/study skills programs: Some assumptions and conclusions

Organization, development, and implementation of college reading/study skills programs: Some assumptions and conclusions

A keynote at a professional conference of college reading and study strategies by the association president who is also a pioneer in learning assistance at the college level and a proponent of a systems approach to learning assistance. In the keynote are ten assumptions derived from published literature and research in the areas of psychology of learning, individual differences, reading and study skills improvement, counseling techniques, instructional technology, and systems design followed by conclusions about students and learning. In addition are listed ten conclusions involving change in learning facilitating practices based on these ten assumptions. A 10-item bibliography concludes the article.l

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