The WaLC provides in-class, interactive workshops on the topics listed here. To request a workshop, please submit the form below. Questions? Contact us.
Walk the WaLC: Using Campus Resources to Maximize Your Success
Do your students believe tutoring services are only for students who are struggling academically? This workshop shatters the remedial stigma associated with tutoring and helps students define realistic expectations for services offered by the Writing and Learning Commons and the Mathematics Tutoring Center.
Getting to the Sweet Things: Time Management for College Students
Do your students routinely arrive late for class or fail to turn in assignments on time? Do they tell you they don’t have enough time to complete the assignments and readings for your class? This workshop will help students to analyze how their time is spent, to define goals, and to prioritize activities that lead to academic success.
Listening for the Write Stuff: Tips for Effective Listening and Note-Taking
Do your students miss out on important information because they haven’t developed an effective method for taking notes in class? “Listening for the Write Stuff” provides students with strategies for identifying important information during lectures and for organizing lecture notes into a useful study tool.
You Snooze, You Lose! Staying Focused Through Your Reading Assignments
Do your students miss out on important information from reading assignments because they haven’t developed effective reading habits? Participants in this workshop will learn helpful strategies for making meaning out of reading assignments.
Don’t Get TESTY! Improve Your Test Preparation and Test Taking Strategies
Do your students get tripped up by multiple choice tests, freaked out by essay questions, or anxious about timed exams? This Workshop introduces students to the best test preparation and test taking strategies.
NEW! Plagiarism: Get your Own Bright Idea
Description coming soon! Request this workshop using the form below.