Free group workshops are offered in the fall and winter terms on a variety of key topics.
Workshops for Undergraduate Students
Learning Strategies offers a variety of free workshops in the Queen’s Learning Commons (QLC) in Stauffer Library, Room 121. These workshops are designed with undergraduate students in mind, but often graduate students come as well if they find a particular topic helpful.
The Workshop Schedule is posted by early September and early January. Our schedule includes topics like memory skills, distraction-free work spaces, time management, procrastionation drafting an exam study schedule, quantitative problem-solving in math and science, writing an essay or multiple-choice exam, and much more.
View the workshop schedule and register through the Queen’s Learning Commons. Don’t want to register? That’s fine — you are also welcome to drop in! All workshops are in Room 121 of Stauffer Library.
“How to study for…”: First-Year Course-Specific Workshops
These workshops do not cover course content. Instead, they give first-year students the opportunity to learn from upper-year volunteers who have taken these courses in the past. You will learn effective ways to prepare for that course’s particular exam type.
Check back in early November to see if we are offering a workshop in your course topic.
Workshops for Graduate Students
Learning Strategies offers workshops for graduate students through the School of Graduate Studies’ Expanding Horizons.