Speed Reading 101
Open To All Hagerstown Community College Students & Staff
Space Is Limited
Reserve Your Spot Now!
This 45-minute webinar will help you read faster, remember more and boost your productivity. Learn how to get through new information quickly, and remember it. Save time with your daily reading and approach technical material / analytical reading more effectively.
LEARN HOW TO:
Increase your reading speed using practical techniques
Improve comprehension with better focus and concentration
Approach technical material and analytical reading more effectively
Remember and recall vital information using proven methods
Read faster on the computer and other digital screens
ABOUT IRIS READING
Iris Reading is the largest and most trusted provider of speed reading and memory training. Our in-person classes, virtual workshops and self-paced online courses have been taught worldwide to over 1 Million+ students and professionals.
Our programs have been hosted by hundreds of universities, including Harvard, Stanford and the University of Chicago. We have also customized trainings for executives at NASA, Google, LinkedIn, Fidelity Investments, Northern Trust and many Fortune 500 companies.
See What Others Are Saying!
“I must thank you for a superb workshop. The students are excited about what they got out of the day, not only reading faster but the memory techniques & other study skills. We 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
“I believe this was one of our most successful programs and the students who attended were very grateful for the skills they received.”
-Hannah Baker, Director, Graduate & Professional Student Association
Florida Atlantic University
“Your class truly had a significant impact on my productivity as well as many others in our research department. Thanks again.”
-Jason Tyler, Executive Vice President
Northern Trust Asset Management
“These techniques were tremendously useful because our office deals with a significant amount of reading and research. Thank you!”
-Anita Kelly, Communications Director
Social Security Advisory Board