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The Learning Center is excited to announce our newly redesigned Online Self-Paced Speed Reading Course! Students who enroll in the course can expect to increase their reading speed and save time! Course registrants will have access to our Speed Reading software for a full year so they can continue to improve on their own after the course is complete, and students who complete the class will have access to ongoing reading skills support as long as they're at UNT.
The LC's Online Speed-Reading Program can help you improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your reading by:
Increasing your reading speed
Training in speed reading techniques via hands-on instruction and computer program exercises
Gaining techniques and strategies to support your reading comprehension
Topics covered include: foundations of speed-reading techniques, peripheral vision, phrase reading, how students learn best, and comprehension and memory strategies.
In this online class, you determine your own pace. This course is accessable through your Canvas page throughout the academic year in which you enroll.
This class does not appear on your transcript or affect your GPA.
Visit the Learning Center front desk, Sage Hall, Room 170, during business hours: Monday through Friday, 8am- 5pm.
Pay the required $30 fee upon registration to guarantee a spot in the class.
If you can't make it to campus, call 940.369.7006 to register over the phone with a credit card.
Questions about the course? Email us at LCcoaching@unt.edu!
Registration for Spring 2020 opens November 18th!
|Undergraduate||Option 1||Self-paced||Start Date: Dec 16th||Last Day to Register: March 27th|
|Graduate||Option 2||Self-paced||Start Date: Dec 16th||Last Day to Register: March 27th|
|ESL||Option 3||Self-paced||Start Date: Dec 16th||Last Day to Register: March 27th|
Speed Reading courses are for enrolled students, staff, and faculty.