Academic Skills Workshops
Academic skills workshops are offered at various times on weekdays and Saturdays throughout the Fall and Winter sessions in the Writing Plus series. These workshops are designed to help you acquire and polish the skills you need to make your university experience a successful one. They can help you get the most out of your lectures and course readings, strengthen your writing skills, improve your performance on tests and examinations, and develop skills which will transfer to the marketplace.
Tutors from Woodsworth’s Academic Writing Centre conduct many of the workshops; the rest are given by tutors from the other St. George Campus College Writing Centres, from the Counselling and Learning Skills office, and from the U of T Library. For detailed information on workshop topics, dates, times, and locations, visit the main Writing Plus site.
The Academic Success Centre (formerly CALSS) offers lectures and workshops on general study skills. All U of T students may attend. Lecture topics include Time Management & Student Survival, Reading & Note-Taking, Memory & Concentration, Dealing with Procrastination, and Giving Oral Presentations. No Registration is required. Workshops are between one-and-a-half and two hours, and they require registration. Topics include Exam Preparation, Get Reading! Get Writing! and Know Your Learning Style.
You can also get one-on-one help with any of your study skills than need improvement by making an appointment with the Academic Writing Centre.