Study skills encompasses the academic and professional skills which enable you to succeed at university.
Study skills includes reading, note-taking, critical thinking, planning, writing, referencing, presentation, revision and examination skills. For economics students, they might also include mathematics and statistics.
This guide highlights a range of study skills courses, events and books available to economics students on transition to university, for assessments and examinations, and for dissertations and theses.
The library has a range of self-study courses to support study skills from library inductions for new students, to support on your PhD journey, to mindfulness and meditation.
SAGE Catalyst - collection of 150+ study skills and research methods ebooks.
SAGE Research Methods - collection of books, videos and podcasts on quantitative and qualitative research methods. Also includes a Research Project Planning tool.
The library offers a range of activities to support student wellbeing on campus. Watch the video to find out more, and see our events guide for mindfulness, active study, creative chillout, PAT (pets as therapy) dogs events and much more ...
Information Skills for Economists is the University of Warwick Library's self-study Moodle course.
It introduces students to different types of academic information, and shows you how to find, use and reference them using a range of library and economics databases.
Introduction to Psychology Resources for Economists - a special library induction for Behavioural and Economic Science
As part of the EC331: Research in Applied Economics module, the librarian ran a series of workshops: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and Company and Financial data. Video recordings are available below [10 minutes].