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ADDRESSING THE FACT THAT 1 IN 3 STUDENTS DROP OUT OF COLLEGE AFTER THE FIRST YEAR

ADDRESSING THE FACT THAT 1 IN 3 STUDENTS DROP OUT OF COLLEGE AFTER THE FIRST YEAR Online Learning Company Launches College Success Courses
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ADDRESSING THE FACT THAT 1 IN 3 STUDENTS DROP OUT OF COLLEGE AFTER THE FIRST YEAR
Online Learning Company Launches College Success Courses

LITTLE FALLS, MN (September 25, 2015) Atomic Learning subscribers will soon have access to College Success courses that help prepare students with the skills needed for a successful college experience.

Learning topics include:

·What Are Strategies for Working in a Group?

·How Do I Succeed in an Online Class?

·How Do I Keep Myself Socially and Emotionally Healthy?

·How Do I Become a More Effective Writer?

·How Do I Manage My Time?

·How Do I Become a Better Test Taker?

·How Do I Become a Better Note Taker?

·How Do I Prepare for a College Workload?

·How Can Breaking Habits of Social Norms Keep Me Safe?

·What Concerns Should I Have About a Roommate?

·How Can I Keep Safe While Living on My Own?

In addition to skills courses, Atomic Learning is introducing Real World Safety, a premium content collection designed to help colleges and universities address rising concerns over student safety by empowering learners with the skills needed to take ownership of their own safety, both on and off campus.

We invite you to learn more about the importance of this topic in a free webinar on Keeping Students Safe: Beyond Emergency Lights and Campus Police, next Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 11:00 CDT.

To learn more about all the resources to help ensure college success, visit http://al.atomiclearning.com/collegesuccess.

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