5 Ways to Hit Your Rhythm after Spring Break

Spring break is probably the hardest time of the year to rebound from. We’re ¾ of the way through the school year and just finished up that brutal last round of midterms. Maybe some of us were lucky enough to catch some sun at the beach or finally catch up on all those shows we’ve been putting off.

Now comes the time to start hitting the books again but all our minds can think about is summer; what do we do? Read more

7 Ways to Reduce College Stress

It’s no surprise that many college students feel stressed. Whether it’s cramming for tests, worrying about financials, or managing being on their own for the first time, students often become overwhelmed and most often don’t know how to deal with it.

Here’s to knowing better for next time! Read more

9 Top Study Tips For College Success

After getting through high school you may think that you know all there is to know about how to study. But courses in college require a new and different approach. College students are often expected to automatically know how to study so your instructors may not even think of giving out study tips.

With that in mind, I’ve put together a list of tips and ideas that might work well for you. Read more

Hey, It’s Digital Learning Day! Here’s What You Need To Know About It

I think it’s safe to say our society has come a long way in terms of technology, and now is a very exciting time to be a part of it! It seems hard to believe that not even ten years ago it was unheard of for college professors and students to use digital tools in and outside the classroom – and now we even have a holiday to recognize it, Digital Learning Day!

So, in case you’re wondering what exactly digital learning is or why we celebrate it, read on to get the answers you need and decide how you can be a part of Digital Learning Day. Read more

How To Survive Midterms Like A B.O.S.S.

While it feels like second semester JUST started, somehow midterms have creeped up on you! Before you resort to freaking out, remember that you don’t have to stress out.

Want to know how to survive midterms? Check out our tips on how to handle them… like a BOSS. Read more

7 Study Tips To Help You Ace Your Midterm Exams

I don’t know about you, but I always seem to psych myself out while preparing for midterm exams. And I assume I’m not the only person who stresses out about how to study before midterm exams.

Yes, you can ace your midterm exams! (Credit: Pexels)

Yes, you can ace your midterm exams! (Credit: Pexels)

Here are some effective study tips to help you ace your midterms. Read more

Sneaky Productivity Apps That Get It Done

I don’t know about you, but my to-do list just seems to get longer each day. Clearly, I’ll need some help to get things done on time. Goal setting helps but there are other things that you can use to stay on track.

Improve your productivity with some helpful apps. (Credit: Pexels)

Improve your productivity with some helpful apps. (Credit: Pexels)

Productivity apps, for one. Let’s see what else can help us to be more productive. Read more

See How the MindTap Mobile App Fits Your College Needs

Class, activities, studying, work. And if you’re lucky, a social life. We know you’re short on time and always on the go.

That’s why we make products that move with you – and fit your budget. Students, meet the MindTap Mobile App. Read more

Top 5 CengageBrain blog posts for 2016

Happy New Year, college students! While another year has passed, we decided to take a little trip down memory lane and share the most read blog posts for 2016.

Check out our countdown below to see which post you enjoyed the most over the year, too. Read more

Overcoming the ‘F’: What to do after you get a bad grade

Despite your current panic, getting a bad grade is not the end of the world. You’ve been given an opportunity to learn and grow. Although this is not ideal, you are still on a path to discovery.

Don't fret, it's not the end of the world if you get a bad grade. (Credit: AEI)

Don’t fret, it’s not the end of the world if you get a bad grade. (Credit: AEI)

The way you will respond to this challenge can help your personal and academic development. Here are your next steps. Read more