Get the latest news update from the Academic Skills Center (ASC) for February 2018!
Amber Cook from the Writing Center, Anne Rojas from the Library, and I presented a webinar called “15 Tips to Support Your Students Through the Center for Academic Excellence” on January 30, 2018. We had a great turnout of faculty attendance. You can watch the edited recording on the ASC Faculty YouTube channel.
On Wednesday, February 14 at 12pm ET, the ASC is hosting a course preview webinar for the CAEX 6300: Reading Techniques for Graduate Study course. You can find the copy-and-paste announcement in the Announcement section of this site.
And, on Tuesday, February 20 at 12pm ET the ASC is hosting a course preview webinar for the CAEX 6100: Critical Thinking for Social Change course. You can find the copy-and-paste announcement in the Announcement section of this site.
Also, the ASC just hosted a webinar on Beginning Concepts for Using NVivo on Tuesday, February 6th. Look for that recording on our YouTube channel.
Finally, if you are a faculty member in the College of Health Science (CHS) or the College of Social and Behavior Sciences (CSBS), then the ASC’s Doctoral Peer Mentor Program is open to new doctoral students enrolling in Spring Quarter, February 26, 2018. I will make sure to prepare a copy-and-paste announcement for you in March’s newsletter.
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