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Student-Focused OSA Podcasts
The University of Minnesota Office for Student Affairs offers a series of audio recordings to support student success. Each audio clip features advice, tips, and resources provided by a U of M expert on a topic related to the University’s Student Learning & Development Outcomes.
The recordings are offered in mp3 audio format and vary in length from about three to seven minutes. Click on the links below to listen to individual episodes, or subscribe to them as podcasts.
Managing Stress and Transitions
- End of Semester "Re-Entry"
- Mindful Walking
- The Importance of Relaxation
- Learning Styles
- Assertive Communication
Strategies for Success at the U
- What You Can't get Away With at the U!
- Study Skills: Tips for Transforming Yourself into an Active Learner
- Conflict Resolution
- Working and Talking with Professors
- Mental Health Resources
Achieving End of Semester Success
- Avoiding Procrastination
- End of Semester Checklist
- Finishing the Semester Strong
- Managing Stress - Part One
- Managing Stress - Part Two
- Strategies for Finals Week
- University Resources and Services
|How to listen to episodes on your computer
||How to subscribe to a podcast
Click on an episode link above and it should automatically play in a media player or a browser with an audio plug-in.
If clicking on an episode link does not play the audio file, you may need an audio player. We recommend QuickTime, a free download at http://www.apple.com/quicktime.
- PC users: right click on the icon and select "Copy Shortcut" (Mac users: Control-click and hold the mouse button and then select "Copy Link")
- Paste the link into the subscription field of your podcasting software. This process may vary depending on your software (iTunes users can simply click on the iTunes icon above).
- Once you subscribe, you may need to 'Get' additional episodes beyond the most current. In iTunes, you do this by clicking on the arrow to the left of the podcast title to reveal additional episodes (see illustration below).
These recordings are made possible by University Counseling and Consulting Services, the Office for Student Affairs, and the Office of the Senior Vice President for System Academic Administration.
If you have any questions about these programs or their contents, or need disability accommodations, please email email@example.com.