Make the most of all the reading you do at university by listening to this audiobook. Unpicking the myths surrounding this core skill, Reading Skills helps you decide what to read, how to read it and, crucially, what your lecturers expect of you.
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It is quite stunningly good...... a joy to read.' - (Kate Williams, Oxford Brookes and series editor)
I struggled in the sixties to get a college education, barely graduated, spent a life in the phone company as a technician in a call center.
Yes. It was very helpful for me as an Audible listener. It shows some things that sometimes slip our minds when we exposed to a barrage of opinions every day in the newspaper we have chosen from Audible, such as the opinions of the Wall Street Journal or New York Times. The author says to remember who they work for as we begin to read their material, which is sooo true.
Although in the format of a college great course book, it was short enough (one hour) that I didn't lose attention and abandon it. I have a short attention span when it comes to college courses and college lectures.
Audible should give this book for free as a customer perk, because it is very helpful in selecting the books one will buy and listen to in the future. Customers can come back to this book over and over again, for guidance and inspiration in their reading explorations.
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