Many students may be able to access both the book and materials to develop their study skills effectively by themselves; especially if they have received study skills support previously, or have already developed effective study habits, as the book and materials would give them new ideas for improving their skills.
Study skills are critical in order to achieve success. They allow students to flourish and discover how they learn best. Study skills guides or books can be used by everyone. In order to reap the most benefits from study skill guides, it is essential to get ones that are best suited to you and your learning disability. I got this one by SAGE publisher. It has helped me to grow academically and understand different concepts vital in academia i.e. critical thinking and writing. Unlike most study skills guides this one comes with electronic resources as well.
A book for all students in all courses -
While this may be an invaluable resource for teachers working with students with dyslexia, it is not quite right for academic purposes. In the introduction, it is made clear that the book is aimed at dyslexic students themselves rather than student teachers looking to learn about dyslexia (which I hadn't appreciated when ordering).
This new edition of one of the few books relating to supporting student with dyslexia in HE comes from respected practitioners in the field and is both practical and accessibly laid out.