LearnHigher Academic Year Planner 2013/14
This planner has been developed by the LearnHigher CETL based on research and feedback on how university students plan and manage their time.
TYPE OF PLANNER 1 & 2
We have finalised the LearnHigher GENERIC template design for 2013/14. This option is for a shared print-run – primarily for universities who want to pilot the LH planners with smaller groups of students. The minimum order quantity for this planner is just 100 units. If you wish to place an order of the GENERIC version for your university or college, please contact us using this link email@example.com
The CUSTOMISED version this template (thumbnails below), allows universities to include their own branding and local information within the main template design of the planner. The minimum order quantity for this planner is 500 units. The areas available to customise are shown in RED. There are also options (a, b and c) available with different versions of the study tips. *** STOP PRESS *** Due to planned changes to the LearnHigher website, the Steering Group have requested the Top Tips be removed from the 2013/14 version of the planner. However, the Monthly Time Management Tips will remain the same. We apologise for this short notice.
a. LearnHigher Top Tips panels ■ only
b. LearnHigher Top Tips panels ■ & Monthly Time Management Tips ■
c. Monthly Time Management Tips ■ only
If you are ordering the GENERIC or CUSTOMISED versions for your university or college, and require larger low-res PDF versions, please contact us directly via email firstname.lastname@example.org
[please note: all thumbnails below show examples of the 2009/10 planner]
LH template GENERIC
LH template CUSTOMISED – option A
LH template CUSTOMISED – option B
LH template CUSTOMISED – option C
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