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Google has a lot of different apps within it such as Gmail, Calendar, Documents, Presentations, and Hangouts. Come to this workshop to learn about Google Drive and Apps and all the amazing things you can do!  You will walk through sharing and collaborating in Google Docs, learn how to download Google Drive and discuss the ins and outs of each app.  You will leave this workshop set up and ready to use Google Apps!

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Study Skills Workshops 201: “Motivation for Writing” with guest speaker Melissa Thomas, J.D., Director of the Center for Student Learning.

Writing is a process that takes time and we all have our challenges with writing!  In this workshop we will discuss overcoming writing blocks and writing myths, drafting strategies, and organizing your writing.  Writing is something you will have to do for almost every course here at CofC, so learn how to be successful in your writing now!  

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With the end of  the semester nearing, finding ways to keep that stress down is important for your brain. In this workshop we will discuss many different ways in which you can boost your brain power by adopting simple habits into your life now. From eating healthy to sleep habits and from breathing exercises to not cramming, you will get some great ideas on how to keep it together as the semester ends!

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Study Skills Workshops 201: “Healthy Body, Healthy Mind” with guest speaker Michelle Futrell, Director of Undergraduate Academic Services and Sr. Instructor in Health & Human Performance

Do you know what the food you are eating does to your body?  Being college is difficult and being on a college diet is even harder, so learn the tips to implement in your life to stay healthy through all the stress.  There is a lot to learn about nutrition, but we have a full hour so come with questions to ask the expert in nutrition!

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Literature reviews are a frequent assignment for many courses, so come learn how to write a lit review the correct way!  We will discuss what a lit review is, the format, how to find the critical points to include, and how to use it once it is complete.  Come to this workshop to learn this important skill you will use in many of your courses here at CofC!

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More about the Study Skills Workshops 101 & 201
In collaboration with the Center for Student Learning, the Library is co-sponsoring our second series of complimentary study skills workshops in spring 2014.

  • Workshop Series 101, offered by the Center for Student Learning, is geared towards the general student population wanting more information on study skills.  The 101 series occurs three times a week lasting about 50 minutes for each session.
  • Workshop Series 201, offered by the Library, is geared towards upper classmen and faculty, staff, and Friends of the Library that are interested in more advanced information literacy skills. The 201 series has guest speakers from all around campus.  These workshops will last about a hour and will take place at 3pm on specific Thursdays in Room 120 on the first floor of the Addlestone Library.

Whether you are an upper classman, graduate student, faculty member, staff member, or Friend of the Library everyone is welcome to attend these workshops.  We hope that you can find some time to just relax and learn something new!

Literature reviews are a frequent assignment for many courses, so come learn how to write a lit review the correct way!  We will discuss what a lit review is, the format, how to find the critical points to include, and how to use it once it is complete.  Come to this workshop to learn this important skill you will use in many of your courses here at CofC!

Writing_Lit_Reviews

More about the Study Skills Workshops 101 & 201
In collaboration with the Center for Student Learning, the Library is co-sponsoring our second series of complimentary study skills workshops in spring 2014.

  • Workshop Series 101, offered by the Center for Student Learning, is geared towards the general student population wanting more information on study skills.  The 101 series occurs three times a week lasting about 50 minutes for each session.
  • Workshop Series 201, offered by the Library, is geared towards upper classmen and faculty, staff, and Friends of the Library that are interested in more advanced information literacy skills. The 201 series has guest speakers from all around campus.  These workshops will last about a hour and will take place at 3pm on specific Thursdays in Room 120 on the first floor of the Addlestone Library.

Whether you are an upper classman, graduate student, faculty member, staff member, or Friend of the Library everyone is welcome to attend these workshops.  We hope that you can find some time to just relax and learn something new!

Come learn more about making the best use of your study time with our guest speaker, Ernest Brevard Jr. from the Multicultural Student Center at the College of Charleston!  Ernest will discuss strategies for successfully navigating your college journey and getting the most out of your study time!

More about the Study Skills Workshops 101 & 201

In collaboration with the Center for Student Learning, the Library is co-sponsoring our second series of complimentary study skills workshops in spring 2014.

  • Workshop Series 101, offered by the Center for Student Learning, is geared towards the general student population wanting more information on study skills.  The 101 series occurs three times a week lasting about 50 minutes for each session.
  • Workshop Series 201, offered by the Library, is geared towards upper classmen and faculty, staff, and Friends of the Library that are interested in more advanced information literacy skills. The 201 series has guest speakers from all around campus.  These workshops will last about a hour and will take place at 3pm on specific Thursdays in Room 120 on the first floor of the Addlestone Library.
  • Click here to download a printable spring 2014 workshop calendar for Workshop Series 101 and 201! 

Whether you are an upper classman, graduate student, faculty member, staff member, or Friend of the Library everyone is welcome to attend these workshops.  We hope that you can find some time to just relax and learn something new!

The First Year Experience program, Center for Student Learning and the Library are pleased to offer a special holiday episode of the fall 2013 Study Skills Workshop Series.  Come learn how to use comics to communicate information visually, find out how to use Bitstrips in your classes,  create comics starring you and your friends and find out more about our upcoming spring Study Skills Workshop offerings!

When: December 18, 2013

Where: Addlestone Library, Room 120

Time: 2-4PM

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Please take a moment to register or send us an email so we can send you an invitation to the class!

Come find out How to Make the Most of Time with Asynchronous Collaboration with guest speaker Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem.  Learn about Time and Project Management Strategies, Taking Stock of Devices, Programs, and Apps, Meetings and Scheduling Time, Communication, and Getting Together and Working Collaboratively. 

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Miss the First Session?
No problem!  Visit What’s New @ the Library?  to take a look at the session resources and learn more about the Research Portal (new search for the Library), Browzine (app to read Library journals), KIC Scanner (can scan, OCR, and convert text to audio), and Streaming Video.

More about the Study Skills Workshops 101 & 201
In collaboration with the Center for Student Learning, the Library is co-sponsoring  a series of complimentary study skills workshops in fall 2013.

  • Workshop Series 101, offered by the Center for Student Learning, is geared towards the general student population wanting more information on study skills.  The 101 series occurs three times a week lasting about 50 minutes for each session.
  • Workshop Series 201, offered by the Library, is geared towards upper classmen and faculty, staff, and Friends of the Library that are interested in more advanced information literacy skills. The 201 series has guest speakers from all around campus.  These workshops will last about a hour and will take place at 3pm on specific Thursdays in Room 120 on the first floor of the Addlestone Library.
  • Click here to download a printable workshop calendar for Workshop Series 101 and 201!

Whether you are an upper classman, graduate student, faculty member, staff member, or Friend of the Library everyone is welcome to attend these workshops.  We hope that you can find some time to just relax and learn something new!

Come find out What’s New @ the Library with guest speakers: Jared Seay and Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem.  Learn about the new resources available in the Addlestone Library: Research Portal (new search for the Library), Browzine (app to read Library journals), KIC Scanner (can scan, OCR, and convert text to audio), and Streaming Video.

  • Thursday, September 5th at 3:00 pm in Room 120 on the first floor of the Addlestone Library
  • Register Now!

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More about the Study Skills Workshops 101 & 201

In collaboration with the Center for Student Learning, the Library is co-sponsoring  a series of complimentary study skills workshops in fall 2013.

  • Workshop Series 101, offered by the Center for Student Learning, is geared towards the general student population wanting more information on study skills.  The 101 series occurs three times a week lasting about 50 minutes for each session.
  • Workshop Series 201, offered by the Library, is geared towards upper classmen and faculty, staff, and Friends of the Library that are interested in more advanced information literacy skills. The 201 series has guest speakers from all around campus.  These workshops will last about a hour and will take place at 3pm on specific Thursdays in Room 120 on the first floor of the Addlestone Library.
  • Click here to download a printable workshop calendar for Workshop Series 101 and 201! 

Whether you are an upper classman, graduate student, faculty member, staff member, or Friend of the Library everyone is welcome to attend these workshops.  We hope that you can find some time to just relax and learn something new!