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    College Rules! How to Study, Survive, and Succeed in College


    College Rules!

    College Rules! - 3rd ed.
      Students who assume they can figure out college on the fly often learn things the hard way-they look back and think, "If only I'd known this from the start!" College Rules! will save you the time and trouble, setting you up for academic success from the get-go. Lesson #1: College is different from high school, and even those who were at the top of their class will need practical advice on how to successfully transition to college life. Jodi Patrick Holschuh, Ph.D.
    Jodi Patrick Holschuh, Ph.D.

    UPCOMING EVENTS


    Group Discussions

    Tuesday, October 29, 2013 • 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. • Cafeteria

    Wednesday, October 30, 2013 • 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. • Library # A321

     

    FINALE: Lessons Learned from the Classroom

    Tuesday, November 19, 2013 • 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. • B223

    Featuring co-author, Jodi Patrick Holschuh, Ph.D.

    Panelist members include:

    Zee Bhimani

    Dr. Shante Bishop

    Kristopher Loving

    Dr. Renee Wright


    Panel members will discuss their experiences in college lead by a short presentation by Dr. Holschuh.

    Undergraduate students often find that the tasks they are asked to do in college are quite different than those they experienced in high school courses. Though the assignments may initially appear similar—writing papers, reading textbooks, discussing ideas with peers, students and researchers have noted that these tasks can feel tricky, varied, and complex. A portion of the panel discussion will discuss Dr. Holschuh's experiences taking a semester’s worth of undergraduate courses in order to determine the literacy task demands placed on today’s students. We will also discuss ways to be savvy about both professor expectations and sophisticated literacy strategies.


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