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The science on sleep is clear: poor sleep decreases mental capacity and compromises mental and physical health. In order for students to learn, and for any individual to thrive and enjoy clear mental focus, robust productivity and motivation, and general wellbeing, sufficient high-quality sleep is of paramount importance.

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student success, Anna Traykova

Autonomy helps students meet the demands of higher education and fosters psychological well-being and a sense of meaning. Academic advisors can best appreciate the role of autonomy in students’ lives and their responsibility in fostering it when they recognise how personal connections can provide students with the psychosocial resources they need to become autonomous learners.

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student success, Maurice Kinsella, John Wyatt, Niamh Nestor, Jason Last, Sue Rackard, autonomy, self-determination

Creating a schedule that balances out a student’s coursework and extracurricular activities is a critical factor that impacts their overall academic success and sets the tone for how they will progress forward in their academic career.

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student success, Chris Hubbard, online learning

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