4th April 1997 at 01:00

This student guide by Ray Baxter gives advice on study skills and how to get into higher education. Topics include: getting organised, developing effective reading strategies, using libraries and lectures, choosing and using computers, preparing for presentations and seminars, writing essays, interpreting and using statistics, understanding the concepts of class and culture, and examinations.

Pounds 17.44 from Aldbrough St John Publications, FREEPOST DL817, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 1BR.


ATSS resources are developed by teachers for teachers. They include: Resources for Sociology: the best of Social Science Teacher, a collection of keynote papers drawn from the ATSS journal; Promoting Sociology, a set of four laminated posters; and A-Level Sociology: 30 lessons that work, edited by Stephen Thomas, which will be available in April. Pounds 10 each plus Pounds 1 postage (Pounds 2.50 postage for posters). Orders and further information: ATSS, PO Box 61, Watford WD2 2NH, tel: 01638 741447.

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