Collegewide Academic Support Workshops for Students

Spring 2014

DATETIMETITLEDESCRIPTIONFACILITATORSLINK to Online Presentation Room
1/28 6- 7 p.m.   Managing Yourself as a Successful Student   This workshop will show you how to effectively organize yourself and your time. You also will learn how to maximize your study strategies and tailor them to your individual learning needs. Lisa D’Adamo-Weinstein and Seana Logsdon http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
1/30 noon-1 p.m. Lisa D’Adamo-Weinstein and Linda Guyette Hamell http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
2/10 6-7 p.m.   Writing College Papers: What’s It All About? Dust off the cobwebs around what you may, or may not, remember about academic writing. We'll review the basics of writing the college essay. An excellent, quick refresher! Linda Guyette Hamell and Brett Sherman http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
2/11 noon-1 p.m.   Brett Sherman and Sophia Mavrogiannis http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
2/24 noon-1 p.m.   Preparing the Annotated Bibliography  

For grad students and students in advanced level courses: learn how to prepare an annotated bibliography in APA or MLA style, using appropriate academic sources.

Linda Guyette Hamell and Aimee Woznick http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
2/26 6-7 p.m.   Linda Guyette Hamell and Brett Sherman http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
3/12 noon-1:30 p.m.   Summarizing and Paraphrasing Summarizing and paraphrasing are essential skills for academic writing. Learn strategies for summarizing and paraphrasing effectively and efficiently. Brett Sherman and Aimee Woznick http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
3/13 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.   Brett Sherman and  Lisa D’Adamo-Weinstein http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
4/2 noon-1 p.m.   Research and Citing Sources Made Easy This workshop introduces you to how to conduct good academic research, how to incorporate that research into your papers/projects and different tools to help you cite your resources properly and avoid plagiarism. Lisa D’Adamo-Weinstein and Brett Sherman http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY
4/3 6-7 p.m.   Lisa D’Adamo-Weinstein and Sophia Mavrogiannis http://bit.ly/1dXmXuY

Please use the links above to access the workshop during the date and time of the presentation(s) in which you are interested. To log on:

  • click link above
  • at login prompt, type your first and last name
  • Java 7 will load
  • when prompted to run Blackboard Collaborate, click "run"
  • select connection speed and you’re in! 
  • We’ll show you how to navigate the room once everyone’s logged on. It’s easy!