During post-secondary studies there are many competing demands for your time. These competing demands can become increasingly difficult to manage as the end of the semester approaches. Creating "to do" lists or schedules and learning how to avoid procrastination can help you approach and accomplish multiple tasks with less stress.
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The following tutorials provide tips for staying on task and managing your time:
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Need help avoiding distractions online? Want to create a "to do" list? Our Assistive and Learning Technologies staff recommend the following free or low cost apps to help you stay focused and organized:
Digital to do lists & tasks
Compatibility: Online, Windows, Android, iOS
Notes & lists app
Cost: Online resource, iOS and Android app
Compatibility: Chrome Extension
Compatibility: Chrome Browser:
To learn more about using these and other technologies during your studies, book an appointment with our Assistive and Learning Technologies staff.