I took the photoreading seminar earlier this year, but since then I've been so busy with other activities I've almost forgotten about the potential photoreading can have for me at college this fall.
I know its important to start with smaller books, not textbooks. I have a few I still want to read for just pleasure reading..
The first one is The Brain That Changes Itself, about 410 pages long including the index, acknowledgments and references.
I think thats a good starting book to improve my photoreading over the rest of the summer.
Should I do it daily? I just need a general outline.
I'm trying to keep my attitude positive so my brain can get the hang of it
Thanks for the help, -Kyle
P.S. Is there a list of recommended books from learning strategies? I got one email a while ago listing about 5 books but thats all.