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Editing & Improving Your Writing Workshop

As you begin work on your final assignments this year, we’ll work on a range of writing skills to suit your needs: planning, outlining, drafting, editing, and style. Bring your laptop and some work!

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Catching Up! (Workshop)

Most students find that they fall behind in one or more courses. It’s never too late to get back on track, so our Peer Learning Assistants have designed this class to answer your questions and produce a plan of action.

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Stop Procrastinating Now! Workshop

It’s that time of year: deadlines are piling up and exams are looming, but you just can’t get started! We’ll show you how to beat procrastination by producing a simple, personalized plan.

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Ace That Midterm! (Workshop)

Did midterm season leave you a mess in the fall? How do you know what to study (and what to leave out)? When should you begin? How can you write a test effectively? We’ll help you prep and enter midterm season with confidence.

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Improve Your Writing for Undergrads

How can improved writing skills improve your thinking – and your grades? We’ll work on the higher-level skills that academic writing requires, showing you practical strategies to incorporate at any stage of the writing process and in any discipline

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Revolutionize Your Writing Workshop

How can improved writing skills improve your thinking – and your grades? We’ll work on the higher-level skills that academic writing requires, showing you practical strategies to incorporate at any stage of the writing process and in any discipline.

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Math Problem Solving Workshop

Got math? Join our workshop on solving math problems. Using actual worked problems, we’ll help you learn to recognize and apply underlying concepts, express real-world problems in mathematical language, and understand the hows and whys of the problem-solving process.

Key concepts include exponential decay, unit conversion, dominant eigenvalues, vector calc and maybe even a little modelling!

Everyone welcome.

 

Co-presented by math whiz Yuliya Nesterova and learning strategist Claire Hooker.

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