Learning how to learn
Learning how to learn

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10 Further reading and sources of help

10.1 Further reading

OU books

  • The Good Study Guide, by Andrew Northedge, published by The Open University, 2005, ISBN 0 7492 59744
  • The Sciences Good Study Guide, by Andrew Northedge, Jeff Thomas, Andrew Lane, Alice Peasgood, published by The Open University, 1997, ISBN 0 7492 341 1 3
  • The Arts Good Study Guide, by Ellie Chambers and Andrew Northedge, published by The Open University, 1997, ISBN 0 7492 8745 4

Other books

  • Writing at University: A guide for students, by P. Creme and M. R. Lea, published by Open University Press, Buckingham, 1997
  • Reading, Writing and Reasoning: A guide for students, by G. J. Fairbairn and C. Winch, published by The Society for Research into Higher Education and Open University Press, Buckingham, 1996
  • A Guide to Learning Independently, by L. Marshall and F. Rowland, published by Open University Press, Buckingham, 1996
  • Calculating and Computing for Social Science and Arts Students, by R. Solomon and C. Winch, published by Open University Press, Buckingham, 1994
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