Lifehacker Wants Your University Tips

In a couple of weeks, Lifehacker will be running a Uni Guide series of posts, looking at the best technology and organising tips for people starting out with or returning to university study. We’ve got a lot of ideas we plan to cover, but we also want input from readers who are at university or who have recently graduated.

It’s rather more years than I’d care to admit since I was at uni, so I figure some input from people closer to the experience would be helpful. If you’ve got a simple tip on how to study more effectively; ideas about what software and hardware you should use; thoughts on getting textbooks cheaper; or you’d like to write a post detailing your own university survival tips (a nice addition to your resume, potentially), then it’d be great to hear from you. Shoot me an email at [email protected]. All suggestions welcome! (Take note: while I rarely want to discourage people from offering up thoughts in the comments, email is the best option for this particular project.)

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