Spring 2016 Workshops
Meets most Fridays at 10:30 am in Burns Hall 1019
|Jan 29||Hi Textbook: It's Nice to Meet You: Strategies for Reading College Textbooks|
|Feb 5||What's the What?! Determining the Topic and Main Idea of any Reading|
|Feb 12||KWL5WH: Cracking the Code of Reading Comprehension with Memorable Acronyms|
|Feb 19||Expanding Worlds through New Words: Keys to Building a Bigger Vocabulary|
|Feb 26||Notable Notations: How Annotations and Cornell Notes can transform the College Experience|
|March 4||Reading Between the Lines: Determining the Tone, Bias and Purpose of What You Read|
|March 11||Speed Reading Strategies…and When to Brake|
|March 18||Perceiving the Puzzle of Patterns: Quick Tricks to Help Determine Writing Patterns|
|April 1||Reading Literature Closely and How the Internet Can Help|
|April 8||Psych-Analysis: Reading in the Social Sciences|
|April 15||Literacy for the Whole Family: Generational Student Success|
Students who attend eight or more sessions of the reading skills, basic skills, or academic writing skills workshops will receive a recognition stamp of attendance on their transcripts. The eight or more workshops must be within the same workshop group.
For more information, questions, or to comment on this website, please contact
Jennifer Wheetley Cook, Student Reading Center Director.