Fall 2015 Reading Workshops

Most Fridays at 10:30 am 
in Burns Hall 1019

 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.


09/04          Hi Textbook: It's Nice to Meet You: Strategies for Reading College Textbooks

09/11          What's the What?! Determining the Topic and Main Idea of any Reading

09/18          KWL5WH: Cracking the Code of Reading Comprehension with Memorable Acronyms

09/25          Expanding Worlds through New Words: Keys to Building a Bigger Vocabulary

10/02          Notable Notations: How Annotations and Cornell Notes can transform the College Experience

10/09          Reading Between the Lines: Determining the Tone, Bias and Purpose of What You Read

10/23          Speed Reading Strategies‚Ķand When to Brake

10/30          Perceiving the Puzzle of Patterns: Quick Tricks to Help Determine Writing Patterns

11/06          Reading Literature Closely and How the Internet Can Help

11/13          Psych-Analysis: Reading in the Social Sciences

12/04          Literacy for the Whole Family: Generational Student Success



For more information, questions, or to comment on this website, please contact 
Dr. Megan Bolinder, Student Reading Center Director.