Speed Reading & Memory Techniques
Free Workshops Open to All CSUN Students

Brought To You By:
CSUN Associated Students and
The Office of Research & Graduate Studies

    Are you concerned about keeping up with your reading?

    These workshops will help you read faster, remember more and boost your productivity. Save time with your assigned reading by approaching technical information more strategically (textbooks, case studies, journal articles, abstracts, market research, contracts, industry news outlets and much more!).

    Session 1 – Speed Reading 101 (CLASS FULL!)
    Wednesday, April 17th from 2:00PM – 3:30PM


  •    Increase your reading speed using practical techniques

  •    Improve comprehension with better focus & concentration

  •    Approach technical material and analytical reading more effectively

  •    Read faster on the computer screen and other digital devices

  • Session 2 – Maximizing Memory (CLASS FULL!)
    Wednesday, April 17th from 3:45PM – 5:00PM


  •    How Your Memory Works

  •    Boosting Your Short-Term & Long-Term Memory

  •    Memorizing Key Information More Effectively

  •    Remembering Long Lists of Information in a Precise Order

  •    Recalling Details More Easily Using an Ancient Greek Technique

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University Student Union
18111 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91330
Room: Thousand Oaks

See What Others Are Saying:

“Your class truly had a significant impact on my productivity as well as many others in Ariel’s research department. Thanks again.”
-Jason Tyler, Executive Vice President
Northern Trust Asset Management

“I must thank you for a superb workshop. The students are excited about what they got out of the day – not only speed reading but also the memory techniques & other study skills. We will definitely want to do the same workshop next year with our entering medical students.”
-Dr. Ellen Cosgrove, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs & Education
UNLV Medical School

“It was a great learning session – I absorbed a lot of information within a very short period of time. My reading speed increased significantly while retaining the same comprehension. Very helpful as a 1st year student because of the intensive amounts of reading required.”
-David T., MBA Student
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business