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dc.description.abstractIn this paper, I am trying to answer three questions:(a)What study skills have been found by researchers to be effective for college students?(b)What theories can account for these findings(c)What are the implications of research findings about study skills for higher education in Taiwan?I will approach these questions in three different sections. Study skills acquisition is difficult, and many students are not proficient study skills users (Armbruster & Anderson, 1981). I found in my pilot study that this is the case for college students in Taiwan(Note 1). This revealed that our college students need more guidance and instruction in study skills acquisition. To my knowledge, however, no university offers direct study skills instruction to their students and little research on college students' use of study skills has been done in Taiwan. I hope that this paper, a synthesis of the study skills research and literature, will have implications for higher education in Taiwan. The primary sources used in this paper involve research using college students as subjects, supplemented by research using subjects at other school levels as well as related literature about theory and practice of study skills.en_US
dc.publisherDepartment od Education, NTNUen_US
dc.titleA Literature Review of Study Skills for College Studentszh-tw
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