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Connecting Students to On-Campus Experts = Increasing Student Success


This workshop will provide a range of strategies for collaborating with and connecting students to experts across campus who offer students opportunities to improve their academic progress. You will learn how the Writing Center works with students on all different types of writing assignments in departments and programs across the University as well as about options available for students to meet online synchronously and asynchronously. You will learn about how Project Success has adapted course instruction and support services to better meet the needs of students in a virtual setting. Through virtual platforms, program students receive continued support in the areas of academic accommodations, reading and mathematics support, and organizational tutoring. In addition, you will learn about the range of tutoring opportunities being offered by the Center for Academic Resources, from one-on-one and group tutoring to Supplemental Instruction. These opportunities assist students in increasing their content knowledge and understanding the material. Overall, this session will share opportunities by which your students can increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities in your course!


  • Lacey Beaman, Project Success

  • Crystal Mueller, Writing Center

  • Jessica Spanbauer, Center for Academic Resources


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