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Overview of our inclusive programming

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LLIT Program

  • Any Stanford student can register
  • Meet with the same Learning Specialist every session for one quarter
  • Set and meet customized, time-specific goals
  • Practice reflection and iteration that fuel measurable growth
  • Develop advanced strategies in partnership with staff who have expertise in supporting students with and without learning differences

Executive Functioning Program

  • Executive functioning overview
  • A ten-week, quarter-long program to strengthen your time management, organization, and planning
  • Understand your unique learning profile, including strengths and areas to strengthen around executive functioning
  • Learn research-based techniques to work with greater efficiency and develop sound, enduring habits using aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to achieve your goals

Learning Lab Registration Links

  • LLIT Program - 1:1 sessions with a dedicated Learning Specialist (we are accepting registrations for summer quarter 2022; spring quarter registration is closed)
  • Executive Functioning Program - Research-based program to work more efficiently (we are accepting registrations for fall quarter 2022; spring quarter registration is closed)
  • Drop In Session - 1:1 single session with a Learning Specialist, up to 2 sessions per quarter
  • Peer Engagement Network - Be matched with a learning partner
  • ADHD Connections - Share with other students who identify with ADHD
  • Fail Better - Practice strategies for addressing setbacks and perfectionism with a group
  • Power Hour - Get work done by stating your goal and focusing alongside peers
  • Revise & Resubmit - Plan and write your dissertation, thesis, or scholarly publication as part of a graduate writing community

Learning Lab YouTube Channel

  • Watch and subscribe to our videos on academic programming and strategies here.

The Filament: A Learning Lab Podcast

  • Connect with our new podcast featuring students' insights on their learning experiences. A transcript of the conversation is available here