Reading to Remember, Studying to Learn, and Writing for Evidence and Argument
Have you ever opened your textbook, started to read, and realized sometime later that your mind is elsewhere and you are retaining absolutely none of the words on the page?
Does studying for you consist of reading and re-reading your notes until you have them memorized?
Are you unsure of how to structure a writing assignment to meet the requirements of your assignment?
We can work with you one-on-one in the WKU Center for Literacy, located in Gary A. Ransdell Hall 2066. We offer regular group sessions throughout the semester (check this page for an updated schedule), and for our regional campus or distance learning students, we can also work with you via Adobe Connect.
WKU CENTER FOR LITERACY
Located in Gary Ransdell Hall 2066
If the door is open, come on in.
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