Studying & Writing Open Workshops
All workshops are:
- 50 minutes long
- held in room EL1451B (in the RLLC)
There is no need to pre-register. For dates, times and workshop descriptions, see the calendar at the bottom of this page or download the schedule.
Studying & Learning
Strategic Textbook Reading
Maximize Your Memory
Studying for Tests
Reading, Writing & Presenting
Focus and Flow
Refining Your Writing
Planning Research Papers
Reading Academic Sources
Summarizing & Integrating Sources
APA I: The Basics
APA II: Beyond the Basics
Need to focus on editing for grammar?
Our revamped editing series includes 4 student-led workshops. Learn from and with your peers!
- A Run-in with Run-ons - Practice finding and fixing classic sentence errors: run-ons, sentence fragments, and comma splices.
- Problems with Pronouns - Do your pronouns confuse the reader? Learn to use pronouns correctly for agreement and case.
- Victory over Verbs - Make sure each verb matches the rest of its sentence and fits the context of the whole paper.
- The Tiny but Troublesome - Learn to catch errors that make strong papers look sloppy: spelling, apostrophes, and more...
All student-led grammar workshops are 50 minutes long. Check this space in January for the winter term schedule.
GNED 1101 and 1103 WorkshopsStudents enrolled in these GNED courses should register for Writing in the Sciences and Citing in the Sciences through their course Blackboard site. Look for "Passport Workshop Signup".