When Reading for Information, Just Opening the Book isn’t Enough.

Of all the things you will be expected to do during college and your career, reading is the exercise you will probably do the most. Take a few minutes to learn the PRR method to make reading more interesting and in the end remember and learn more.

The Preview, Read, Recall (PRR) method is a strategy that uses three distinct steps to maximize your reading time.

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The PRR method is simple in design but powerful in results. Take a look at the resources below and couple this strategy with past Tech4Ed articles to get going.


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Preview, Read, Recall Resources:

PRR-Sanger Learning & Career Center, University of Texas at Austin

PRR- Oregon State University

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