Posted on January 10, 2018 by Tia Lalani

Imagine this: you’re sitting in a lecture and your professor is talking but you have no idea what you should be writing down. How do you figure out what’s important? How do you write and pay attention to what they’re saying at the same time? If you feel like you can do better at sorting …

Imagine this: you’re sitting in a lecture and your professor is talking but you have no idea what you should be writing down. How do you figure out what’s important? How do you write and pay attention to what they’re saying at the same time? If you feel like you can do better at sorting through everything your prof says, you’ve come to the right place. We will cover note-taking techniques, identifying what’s important, and studying from your notes.

Wednesday, January 31

3:30 – 4:30 pm

L 2-102 

Sign up for the workshop at aug.ualberta.ca/workshops

For more information, contact Sarah Tregonning, Student Accessibility & Success Advisor at augsas@ualberta.ca


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