What makes note-taking in college so different from note-taking in high school? It’s harder, for one thing. It also requires different skills—ones that successful college students need to learn. Join us for a fun, interactive workshop where experienced college students share their note-taking secrets and strategies.
During this workshop you will learn:
Strategies for effective note-taking
Strategies for effective use of notes outside of class
Learn how to build positive relationships with your professors to support your academic achievements.
Improve your understanding of how to manage debt (student loans and consumer debt) while in college.
Learn how to develop strategies to cover the cost of your education at UW Bothell.
Discover the many ways you can become involved in undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity on the UW Bothell campus. Why? It's an opportunity to enhance learning and provides substantial career benefits, regardless of your background.
Undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity allows students to explore the critical questions that surround us. You can experience interdisciplinary scholarship while working collaboratively with faculty mentors and other interested students. It is mentor-guided learning by doing that leads to new scholarly insights or new works resulting in independent confident professionals. It is also fun and exciting! This workshop will provide you with the resources and tools to start your journey into experiential inquiry.
Develop a positive attitude towards different learning experiences.