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SOE Upcoming Undergraduate Events & Workshops

Community Engaged Learning Winter 2022 Workshops 
Want to learn how to complete your 40 hours of Community Engaged Learning? Come join Sarah Juarez, our SOE Community Engaged Learning Coordinator, who will provide you with an overview of how you can complete your 40 hours. She will answer questions you may have and will help you create a plan that aligns with your career aspirations.
 
Event Virtual
Tuesday, January 25th, 2022
10:00am - 11:30am PST
 
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022
10:00am - 11:30am PST
 
RSVP: here
 
 

SOE Undergraduate Writing Support Events

 
APA Format
This workshop covers the basics of APA format, including how to properly incorporate in-text citations with either a signal phrase or a parenthetical citation, how to cite multiple authors, and how to construct a reference page. As formats tend to change frequently, this workshop will cover changes from the previous edition to the most recent edition i.e., the 6th edition to the 7th edition. This workshop is essential for all students in Education courses, as instructors note that APA format errors occur frequently in student papers.
 
Event: Virtual
Wednesday, January 19th, 2022
1:00 pm-2:00 pm PST
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 649564
 
 
Research Best Practices
This workshop goes in-depth on research best practices, such as how to generate search terms; how to use Boolean operators; how to search using google scholar or the library databases (and the differences between them); and, how to identify reputable sources. This workshop is best for students beginning their upper-division Education coursework; however, it will benefit students at any point in their academic journey. Those students who are interested in pursuing graduate school will rely heavily on the skills obtained at this workshop.
 
Event: Virtual
Tuesday, January 25th, 2022
12:00pm-1:00pm PST
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 718519
 
 
MLA Format
This workshop covers the basics of MLA format, including how to format a paper in MLA, how to properly incorporate in-text citations with either a signal phrase or a parenthetical citation, and how to construct a works cited page. As formats tend to change frequently, this workshop will cover changes from the previous edition to the most recent edition i.e., the 8th edition to the 9th edition. This workshop is ideal for students completing their English Composition series—English1A/B/C.
 
Event: Virtual
Wednesday, January 26th, 2022
1:00pm-2:00pm PST
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 120637
 
 
Structuring the ENGL004 Essay
This workshop covers the main components of an English 004essay and how to organize them for a cohesive essay. Topics covered include how to write a directed summary, how to develop an ENGL004 thesis statement, and how to construct a proper body paragraph. This workshop is best for students placed in ENGL004, or students placed in BSWT003 who want to prepare for ENGL004, and is essential for preparing students for their ENGL004 final exam.
 
Event: Virtual
Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022
1:00pm-2:00pm PST
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 058796
 
 
Intro to How to Incorporate Research
This workshop covers how to use scholarly articles to support the claims we want to make in our own writing. A successful research-oriented paper will fluidly incorporate the works of multiple scholars to support our overarching argument or claim. Many of us make mistakes when trying to incorporate scholars’ research in our papers, such as summarizing study after study, or allowing one study (or multiple studies) to overtake our paper. This workshop explores how to avoid these common mistakes, what information is crucial to include, and how to incorporate that information successfully in our writing. This workshop is essential for all students currently enrolled in lower-division or upper-division Education courses.
 
Event: Virtual
Thursday, February 3rd, 2022
1:00pm-2:00pm PST
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 203354
 
APA Format
This workshop covers the basics of APA format, including how to properly incorporate in-text citations with either a signal phrase or a parenthetical citation, how to cite multiple authors, and how to construct a reference page. As formats tend to change frequently, this workshop will cover changes from the previous edition to the most recent edition i.e., the 6th edition to the 7th edition. This workshop is essential for all students in Education courses, as instructors note that APA format errors occur frequently in student papers.
 
Event: Virtual
Tuesday, February 15th, 2022
1:00pm-2:00pm PST
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 306102
 
Structuring the ENGL004 Essay
This workshop covers the main components of an English 004essay and how to organize them for a cohesive essay. Topics covered include how to write a directed summary, how to develop an ENGL004 thesis statement, and how to construct a proper body paragraph. This workshop is best for students placed in ENGL004, or students placed in BSWT003 who want to prepare for ENGL004, and is essential for preparing students for their ENGL004 final exam.
 
Event: Virtual
Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022
2:00pm-3:00pm PST                                                                                             
Zoom Meeting: here
Passcode: 375785
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