Harvard Course in Reading and Study Strategies
Feb 7 – Mar 3 (4 wks), M-W-Th-F, 4-5 p.m.
Feb 14 – Mar 4 (3 wks), M-T-W-Th-F, 8-9 a.m.
Each year the Bureau of Study Counsel at Harvard University offers the Harvard Course in Reading and Study Strategies that is open to the wider public. It is the longest continuously running, non-credit course at our university. Taught since the 1940s with constant updating, the Reading Course is designed for people who are faced with the need to read more materials, more critically and who find themselves overwhelmed or disengaged. It is based on the premise that our learning depends upon both what we read, as well as how critically we read. This course helps students read strategically, selectively, and actively and is directed for those engaged in undergraduate and graduate studies.
Full details of the course can be accessed by going to the link: http://bsc.harvard.edu/rc.html.
Bureau of Study Counsel 617-495-2581 bsc.harvard.edu