The James & Abigail Campbell Library and the No’eau Center have teamed up to present RaW (Reading and Writing) Skills Workshops to help students with research and writing skills. The workshops will be offered in four episodes, with a certificate of completion available for attending the presentations.
The four episodes are:
- Episode 1: Identifying Your Topic. This workshop focuses on ways to identify a topic and how to find background information on that topic.
- Episode 2: The Research Process. Best practices for beginning the research process and strategies that can be used to find scholarly sources.
- Episode 3: Outlining and Writing. Strategies that can be used to begin writing an essay. Includes drafting and incorporating sources.
- Episode 4: Citations and Polishing. How to tackle finishing an essay, including guidance on creating citations and references. Tips on revisions.
The first workshops, “Identifying your Topic and Finding Background Info,” will air live online on Tuesday, Jan. 23, from 5-6 PM. Times have not be set for other workshops, but the second episode is scheduled for Feb. 8, the third for March 7, and the fourth for April 3.
Students should register for the workshop at sites.google.com/view/raw-skills/home. Once registered they will receive a link to access the workshop a week prior. Questions: Students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.