Tech Training Tuesday: Improving Your Memory

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Memory is not a finite resource, and with techniques like repetition, association, and visualization, you can improve your memory before it starts to fade. This fascinating course shows viewers of all ages how to improve their recall. It explains how and when to employ tricks such as mnemonic devices, rhymes, stories, and alliteration. And it explains the best methods for different situations, like remembering names, important dates, passwords, to-do lists, quotes, and more. These techniques will prove invaluable, whether you’re memorizing facts for a test at school, points for a work presentation, or trivia to impress your friends.

Topics include:

  • Memory principles that work
  • Taking notes
  • Using songs and rhyming techniques to remember details
  • Building a “memory palace”
  • Remembering names and passwords
  • Memorizing long texts and speeches


  1. Go to and log in using your LMU credentials.
  2. Click on the “Systems Login” menu.
  3. Scroll down and click on “ (online training library)”
  4. Click on the “Start Now” button and you will be redirected to
  5. Once you are logged in to, click the screenshot at the    top of this post and you will be redirected to the Improving Your Memory course!

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