As the leader of a Study Hacks on Campus (SHOC) group, you're responsible for recruiting members, organizing the meeting times, leading the discussions, and posting meeting summaries on your group blog. These responsibilities are detailed below. If you have any questions, contact me (put "SHOC:" at the beginning of the subject line to ensure a quicker response).
You have two simple responsibilities before the first meeting:
First you need to launch a blog titled "Study Hacks on Campus: < your school name >" and send the address to me. I recommend using blogger because it's free, easy, and works with your existing Google account, but if you prefer something else, that's fine too.
Second you need to recruit the group members. From experience, I've found that it works best to personally recruit a small number of people you know well by showing them Study Hacks and explaining what it's about. If you blast an e-mail list with a generic invitation to "improve your study skills," you'll probably have a lot more drop-outs as the semester continues.
During the first meeting you should decide on the meeting schedule for the remainder of the semester. I recommend one meeting every two weeks.
SHOC is experiment-centric: it believes the best way to improve your student performance is to experiment with different strategies with regular breaks to evaluate how they're working and decide how they can be improved.
With this in mind, the suggested format for an SHOC meeting is as follows: