The learning strategies database is organized into six main stacks of information:
Each main stack is further divided into more specific topic pages. The resulting organization is hierarchical.
Database users navigate through the stacks using web links indicated by underlined and/or blue words. Or, database users may enter URL's to access specific topic pages.
Main Stacks Descriptions
The Introduction to the CAL Learning Strategies Database main stack includes information on the Center for the Advancement of Learning, database organization, specific instructions on how to use the database, information on assessing learning styles, and information on learning strategies instruction.
The General-Purpose Learning Strategies main stack covers the purposes, advantages, and instructions for learning strategies related to attention, memory, note taking, reading comprehension, testing, time management, writing, and a variety of other tasks.
The Content-Specific Learning Strategies main stack deals with strategies intended for use in specific academic areas and disciplines like English, history, math, and sciences, among others.
The Post-Graduation database provides graduating students with information to help them get started in their search for their first job out of college.
The High-School to College database helps high school students prepare for their college experience.
The Bibliography of Learning Strategies Resources main stack provides alphabetical listings of references by author and by subject.