November 18, 6-7 pm | Virtual
Are you a graduate student looking for tips on how to manage a large reading load? Are you looking for more efficient and useful ways to improve your ability to read and digest academic writing?
Join Mary G. Walsh Writing Center coordinators Al DeCiccio and Bill Coyle along with Writing Center graduate assistant Peter Carnevale for a discussion about wise practices when reading for graduate courses. In addition to answering questions from graduate students, the workshop will address:
- How to read strategically
- How to organize and prioritize
- How to take notes and annotate
- How to summarize
Participants will take away from this workshop useful ideas and strategies for reading graduate course material effectively.
Join us on Zoom for this illuminating one-hour workshop!
Then, join us on Zoom Friday, November 18 at 6 pm.
Co-Sponsored by the Center for Research and Creative Activities