Welcome to the Stanford Learning Lab
Metacognitive training, nurturing student groups, and university-level learning resources for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students
The Learning Lab team guides students to develop rewarding, sustainable academic and professional habits by getting to know them as individuals. We promote research-based practices that support students in understanding their unique learning profiles. Our specialties include partnering with students with learning differences/disabilities, facilitating transition for frosh and transfer students, and mentoring faculty to integrate universal design principles into their teaching.
Our Mission and Values
Our Team and Partners
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Registration for LLIT Winter Quarter has begun? Meet with a dedicated Learning Specialist for four sessions across the quarter to explore, grow, and affirm customized approaches to learning that maximize your academic success. Reserve your spot.
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