Come share strategies, snacks and each workshop you attend gets you entered into a drawing to win an Apple iPad. So the more workshops you attend the better chance you have of winning!
Come Join the Conversation
Presented by Dr. Kathie Turner, Director of Oral Communication and Professor of Communication Studies
February 12, 11:05am-12:05pm – Group Tutoring Classroom
Joining in class discussions represents an important way to demonstrate your understanding of the course materials, extend the course concepts, and exchange ideas with your classmates. Come hear about some ways that you can maximize the benefits of engaging in the intellectual conversation.
There’s an App for that
Presented by Nance Longworth, Academic Access and Disability Resources Coordinator and Rachel Stewart, Student Computing Services Coordinator
February 21, 2013, 11:05am-12:05pm – Group Tutoring Classroom
When trying to bump up that GPA technology can be your friend. There are lots of apps for your smart phone, tablet, iPod, iPad and laptop that can help you study, manage your time, read and write. Most of them are free! There’s apps for working smarter not harder. Drop in for snacks and “apps”.
Let’s Solve This
Presented by Dr. Mark Barsoum, Math & Science Center Directory and Assistant Professor of Biology
February 28, 11:05am-12:05pm – Group Tutoring Classroom
Come get some tips and discuss strategies for tackling quantitative courses successfully. “The only thing you have to fear is fear itself!”
SOS: Save (Y)our Sanity: Search Smarter!
Presented by Information Literacy Librarians
March 19, 11:05am-12:05pm – Group Tutoring Classroom
Research doesn’t have to be stressful. You can find great sources without pulling your hair out. Come for a special Research Rescue; get snacks, a customized toolkit, and one-on-one help from librarians.
Spend Time Saving Time
Presented by Nance Longworth, Academic Access and Disability Resources Coordinator
March 28, 11:05am-12:05pm – Group Tutoring Classroom
Come spend a little bit of time to learn some best practices for saving and managing your time. Managing your time well reduces stress, improves you GPA and gives you the tools to better balance academics, personal health, your social life, extracurricular activities and work. Come and learn how to take charge of your time!
Making Your Words Work
Presented by Writing Center Co-Directors Dr. Shireen Campbell, Professor of English and Dr. Paul Miller, Associate Professor of English
April 4, 11:05am-12:05pm – Group Tutoring Classroom
In the workshop we’ll discuss the varieties of comments students might receive on their writing, and the ways that they might revise using those comments. A goal of the workshop is to develop ways in which students can be proactive about what responses they want about their writing, and the ways they can use those responses to revise effectively.