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If you missed a webinar or workshop, don't worry! You can watch a recording, with transcript, by clicking below. You can also find relevant resources linked here.

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Formats & Style

Formats & Style Resources
Recording Link Quiz or Activity Other Resources
Annotated Bibliographies
APA Citations
MLA Citations
Personal Statements for Scholarship Essays
Writing Historical Essays: Tips and Guidelines
(This webinar was a partnership with the ASC)
   

Academic Writing

Academic Writing Resources
Recording Link Quiz or Activity Other Resources
Argumentative Essays
AXES Paragraphs

Evaluating Sources

 
Outlining
Paraphrasing
Plagiarism  
Reading Research--IMRaD and More  
Rhetorical Analysis
Synthesizing and Integrating Research
Thesis Statements  

Writing/Study Habits

Writing/Study Habits Resources
Recording Link Quiz or Activity Other Resources

Advanced Database Techniques
This recording is hosted on Microsoft Stream; you may need to log in with your Microsoft account--your email without the word "cougars"--before you are able to view it.

(This webinar was a partnership with the library meant for students who already have learned the basics of academic research and will not count for GEL or GEW visit credit.)

   

Analyzing and Annotating Articles (This webinar was a partnership with the ASC)

   
Emailing Instructors and Other University Staff

Learning Styles: Maximize your Study Time
(This webinar is part of the LTS O-Team Fall 2021 Learning Series)

 

Managing Group Projects
(This webinar is part of the LTS O-Team Fall 2021 Learning Series)

   

Metacognition for Studying
(This webinar is part of the LTS O-Team Fall 2021 Learning Series)

   

Reading Syllabi and Assignment Prompts (Note: there were some connectivity issues impacting sound; transcript contains missing words)

 

 

Textbook Reading Strategies and Study Tips--coming soon!
(This webinar was a partnership with the ASC)

 

Time Management for Writing 

 

Timed Writing Tips 
(This webinar was a partnership with PASS)

   

Grammar

Grammar Resources
Recording Link Quiz or Activity Other Resources
Active and Passive Voice
Fragments, Run-ons, and Comma Splices  
Sentence Types
Subject-Verb Agreement