Academic Success Modules

Set Up For Success Workshops

August 31-September 4

The Tutoring & Academic Skills Centre in partnership with the Library, and Student Experience, is offering a series of workshops created to prepare students for success by providing a foundation of proven skills and strategies to support development as a learner at Fleming.

Students attending this series may also qualify for Co-curricular Record (CCR) recognition. To request CCR recognition, students will be asked to complete a post-series request form. A link to the form will provided during each session.

Students are invited to attend any or all of the workshops by clicking on the WebEx Event link associated with the workshop at the time of the session. All sessions will be recorded and available through this page afterwards.


Skills and Strategies

Skills and Strategies
Hosted by Tutoring & Academic Skills

Monday August 31st 1pm - 2pm

Facilitators: Laura Gibson and Kathleen Conway

Learn about the methods and practices that will help you gain independence and confidence in your role as a self-directed learner. This workshop will cover:

  • How to set up your study space and understand the best habits for online learning success
  • Tips and tools to improve your time management and organizational skills and practices
  • How to improve the retention and retrieval of information using effective study methods

Watch the Session

Event #
172 076 6027
Event Password
Fleming1967

Technology

Technology
Hosted by Library and Tutoring & Academic Skills

Tuesday September 1st 1pm -2pm

Facilitators: Shannon Hayes and Kathleen Conway

Discover our best tips and get some valuable demonstrations of the main online platforms and digital tools used at Fleming. This workshop will cover:

  • How to use D2L
  • Useful features of Webex Meetings
  • Best practices for communicating effectively online with others
  • Where to find help for using technology applications

Watch the Session

Event #
172 981 4037
Event Password
Fleming1967


Academic Supports

Academic Supports
Hosted by Library and Tutoring & Academic Skills

Wednesday September 2nd 1pm - 2pm

Facilitators: Carmen Gelette and Kathleen Conway

There are several different ways to access help from Tutoring, Learning Strategies, and the Library. This workshop will cover:

  • Selecting the right service to meet your learning needs
  • Finding and attending a drop-in session
  • Booking an appointment with your WC Online account
  • Accessing self-directed help-guides for math, writing, research, citations, study skills and more

Watch the Session

Event #
172 463 6652
Event Password
Fleming1967

Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion
Hosted by Student Experience Diversity & Inclusion Services

Thursday September 3rd 1pm - 2pm

Facilitator: Debbie Harrison

Discover the services and programming available at Fleming College that support a welcoming and inclusive learning environment. This session gives an overview of human rights topics important to students, such as creating Positive Spaces for LGBT2SQ+ students, addressing racism, celebrating cultural diversity and promoting interfaith understanding. Whether your learning will be online or in class this Fall, you can access resources that engage and support you.

Watch the Session

Event #
172 915 2388
Event Password
Fleming1967


Student Life 101

Student Life 101
Hosted by Student Experience

Friday September 4th 1pm -2pm

Facilitator: Greg Jefford

This session will provide new students with an introduction to student life and will include our “Top 10” tips to support your transition to Fleming College.

Watch the Session

Event #
172 828 3603
Event Password
Fleming1967

Accessible Education Services

Accessible Education Services and Transitional Wellness - First at Fleming
Hosted by Counselling and AES Services

Tuesday September 1st 4pm -5pm (students) & 5pm-6pm (parents)

Facilitator: Reta Wright and Tim Piper

First at Fleming is a transition program for students with disabilities who will be starting first semester in a program. This workshop will cover:

  • Learn about what the the transition is from high school to college
  • Meet key disability service providers
  • Learn about supports available on campus

Join the Student Session

Event #
172 764 6495
Event Password
Fleming1967

Join the Parent Session

Event #
172 306 1530
Event Password
Fleming1967

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