Book Title: The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville

Authors: Eric Werth and Katherine Williams

Book Description: Created by students, this book covers a variety of topics of value to new first-year students at any college. Sections include Academics, Health & Wellness, Athletics, Commuter Life, International Students, Personal Life, and Residence Life. The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville is added to each semester as new students complete projects.

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Creative Commons Attribution

Contents

Book Information

Book Description

The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville is a compilation of projects completed by students in their First Year Seminar course each semester.  Students are asked to research an area of student life that they wished they had known more about before starting college.  Through surveys, interviews, and other data collection methods, students put together resources to help themselves and others succeed in college.  This book is a continuing project, added to or edited by students in subsequent semesters.

Authors

Eric Werth and Katherine Williams

License

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The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville by Eric Werth and Katherine Williams is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Subject

Study and learning skills: general

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Title
The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville
Authors
Eric Werth and Katherine Williams
Editors
Katherine Williams and Eric Werth
License

Icon for the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville by Eric Werth and Katherine Williams is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

The Survival Guide to the University of Pikeville as a whole is licensed CC-BY.  Each individual chapter is licensed separately by the authors.  Please see chapters for licensing information on that section.

Primary Subject
Study and learning skills: general
Additional Subject(s)
Student life, For higher / tertiary / university education