The A-Z Learning Services, stationed inside the library, provides free academic support for all Brock students to help them achieve their full potential.
With over 200 workshops on various topics running throughout the academic year, this service is sure to provide you with success.
There are workshops ranging from essay help which can help you with complying strong paragraph structure, thesis statements and help exploring your essay topic. With exams a couple months away, you can attend the exam workshops to help you build a five-day study plan or control your anxiety under pressure. Other beneficial workshops include, procrastination busting, online course strategies, increasing your wellness and group project management – just to name a few.
Here is a list of upcoming workshops, if you choose to attend:
- Notetaking: Everyday Exam Prep – Learn effective lecture and note-taking strategies to help you prepare, take notes, listen actively, and summarize main ideas. This workshop takes place on February 7 from 10 am to 11:30 am.
- Time Management – Learn useful skills to structure your time and address common time management challenges such as having a job, studying, and maintaining focus. This workshop takes place on February 7 from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
- Academic Integrity – It is your responsibility to know about inappropriate academic conduct. In this workshop, learn how to avoid academic misconduct in your written assignments, group work and exams. This workshop takes place on February 7 from 1 pm to 2:30 pm.
- Increase Your Wellness – Balance your body, mind, spirit and emotions, as you explore the Niagara Holistic Wellness portal. Try their self-discovery questionnaire and goal-setting tracker to support you on your learning and wellness journey. This workshop also takes place on February 8 at 2 pm to 3 pm.
For a complete list of all upcoming workshops, check out Experience Brock and seek a workshop that peaks your interest – what’s the harm in taking that first leap towards your success?
If you are looking for assistance on an assignment, you can stop by the Drop-in Centre in the Learning Commons (Rooms ST227 and ST231) – be sure to review the Drop-In Schedule online.
If you are looking for more support, consider requesting a tutor. To request a tutor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-688-5550 (Ext. 5996). Or to book a brief appointment to discuss the process, call ext. 5457. * Tutoring is a pay-per-hour service.
-Loredana Del Bello