Upcoming Workshops

The Learning Center offers free, interactive workshops through the HSU Library's Skillshops series.

Intro to the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Series, Spring 2020

Thinking about graduate school? Registered to take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)? 

The GRE is a standardized test required by many graduate programs. Your GRE scores can play a role in admissions, fellowships, and financial aid.

This is a 3-part SkillShop series to help students prepare for the GRE.

Seating is limited. You must register for all the sessions you want to attend to reserve your spot. You can register through the links below.

 

Pre-Writing and Outlining SkillShop 

This SkillShop gives students a chance to learn and practice a variety of pre-writing techniques, such as outlining, free writing, mind mapping, and more. The information and activities covered by this SkillShop will help students organize their writing, avoid procrastination, and approach complex assignments with confidence. Led by Writing Studio Consultants. 

Date: Monday, March 9, 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am
Location: Library 114
Register Here

  

Study Strategies that Science Says Work

In research experiments on learning, there are four strategies that work significantly better than other, more popular study techniques. This workshop series will explore these four stratagies during two SkillShops. In part I, participants will explore spaced learning and retreival. Participants will create a spaced learning study plan with interleaving for their toughest class and practice the blank page exercise. In part II partcipants will explore explaining and preparing to teach. Participants will practice explaining difficult concepts as a way to check for understanding and explore ways of preparing to teach.

 

  • Part I: Spaced Learning with Interleaving and Retrieval - Tuesday April 7th (3pm or 4 pm)
  • Part II: Explaining and Preparing to Teach - Wednesday, April 15th (3pm or 4 pm)