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Re: LRNASST-L Digest - 18 May 2004 to 19 May 2004 (#2004-104)

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Will,

Here at Miami-Dade College, we also cap our college prep classes at 25. Another similarity with your situation is the percentage of our students who need college prep work--about 74%.  Please share your findings with me.  We are looking to get NADE Certification for our program, but NADE has set a cap of 18 students per class as the ideal.

Karin Alderfer
Miami-Dade College
305-237-2260

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Topics of the day:

  1. TRIO - Student Support Services (2)
  2. credits for study skills and critical reading courses (3)
  3. Position Available at Rosemont College
  4. Submit your proposal and join us in Baltimore! (2)
  5. Developmental Education Class Sizes
  6. Inquiry from service-learning field

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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 08:13:07 -0400
From:    Gillian Boyce <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: TRIO - Student Support Services

 Hi Joanne

The percetnage criteria for first generation, low income, and disabled
students is on the TRIO website. At a conference in DC, it was also
indicated that the minimum grant amount to ask for is 220,00 and the
minimum number of students to be served is, I believe,  160.  You might
contact a rep from TRIO directly  more info on that.

Gillian Boyce, Ed.D.
University of Pittsburgh-Bradford,
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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Joanne Conlon
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 4:43 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: TRIO - Student Support Services

I am new to a small women's liberal arts institution.  We received a
Title III grant which has funded the creation of my entire operation,
including me - the Student Academic Support Center.  Our population has
become more diversified in the last few years.  I am finding many more
needs than the Title III grant can meet.  Because in a former life,
about 7 years ago, as a Dean I supervised TRIO- SSS and Upward Bound, I
think SSS could help us fill in the gaps.  However, we only have 1000
students.  I have been on the TRIO web site to try to find the actual
criteria for acceptance - whether it is a number or percentage of the
population that meets the criteria.  I am also looking for the real
specifics of the criteria.  If we don't meet the criteria, then I won't
pull a team together to write the grant.  If we do, then I most
certainly will.  We have so many needs among our students and I would
like to help them be successful.  With the right support, they could
be....

I would appreciate it greatly if someone out there could either give me
the specific criteria, or point me to where on the web site I might find
the specific criteria.

Thanks so much!


Joanne

Dr. Joanne C. Conlon
Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support
106 Brown Science
Rosemont College
1400 Montgomery Ave.
Rosemont, PA 19010
(610) 527-0200  x2366
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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 10:22:48 -0400
From:    Joan Dillon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses

Hello,
At our university we offer a one credit study skills course that meets
one day per week. Students can elect to take it and it is also required
for our freshman required to take reading 2 which is a developmental
course which meets as a 3 credit course does but without credit. However
the grade does go toward GPA. We also offer a 3 credit College Reading
and Study Skills course which is a higher level course than the Reading
2 and is offered for 3 credits. Is anyone out there doing linked
courses- linking a Reading with a core content?
Joan Dillon
Bloomsburg University



Late r

>>> [log in to unmask] 05/18/04 12:45 PM >>>
Sorry Barbara!  The Practical Study Skills is a 1 credit course.  It
meets
for 3 hours a week for 5 weeks.

Luann
Luann Kida, MA, MSW
Coordinator of Student Retention and Disability Services
Morrisville State College/Norwich Campus
16 South Broad Street
Norwich, NY  13815
(607) 334-5144
Email:  [log in to unmask]

-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 7:51 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses

Hi Luann,
Thanks for sending this information.  It will be helpful to us.  You
wrote
that you offer a 5 week course that meets for 3 hours a week entitled
Practical Study Skills.  This course covers note taking, study
techniques,
memorization, and test preparation and anxiety.  How many credits do
students earn for this course?
Thanks you!
Barbara

Barbara Dean Wolfe
Reading and Academic Development Specialist
Hillyer College, University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
(860) 768-5011 (office)
(860) 768-5085 (fax)
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Kida, Luann" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses


> Hi Barbara,
> We have a Freshmen Experience course that meets for 3 hours a week for
10
> weeks.  It is a 2 credit course and basically provides information and
> activities that help traditionally aged students make wise choices and
take
> control of their academic career.  This course is not mandatory, but
is
> strongly encouraged.
>
> We also offer a 5 week course that meets for 3 hours a week entitled
> Practical Study Skills.  This course covers note taking, study
techniques,
> memorization, and test preparation and anxiety.  We also do not
require
this
> class, but most of the students who take the Freshman Experience take
this
> course also.
>
> For our more mature students, we have a 3 credit course that meets for
the
> entire semester 3 hours a week that combines the topics of Freshman
> Experience and Study Skills.  It is designed for students who are
juggling
> jobs, families, and school so the topics are geared to this population
> rather than issues more prevalent in the younger student.  This class
is
not
> a required class.
>
> Along with these classes we have a Reading Comprehension, Writing
Skills,
> and Math Essentials that provide students with preparation for college
level
> work.  These classes are 5 week classes that meet for 3 hours and
provide
1
> credit each to the student.  We are looking at a developmental
semester
for
> students, but administration hasn't bought into that idea as of yet.
So
for
> now the academic advisors and I work on nudging students into these
very
> important classes to help ensure academic success.
>
> Hope this helps.   Good luck!
>
> Luann
> Luann Kida, MA, MSW
> Coordinator of Student Retention and Disability Services
> Morrisville State College/Norwich Campus
> 16 South Broad Street
> Norwich, NY  13815
> (607) 334-5144
> Email:  [log in to unmask]
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 4:18 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
>
> Hello Listers,
>
> In our Academic Strategies Department we offer two courses, Academic =
> Strategies I and Academic Strategies II.  These are required courses
for =
> freshmen in Hillyer College, one of the colleges at the University of
=
> Hartford.
>
> The first course meets twice a week for a whole semester.  Students =
> receive one credit for this course.  The focus of the course is on
study =
> skills such as time management, note taking from class and textbooks,
=
> studying from notes and texts, learning styles, test taking,
University =
> and library resources, and memory.=20
>
> The second course also meets twice a week for a whole semester, and =
> students receive one credit for this course as well.  The focus of the
=
> course is on critical thinking and reading, summarizing, synthesizing
=
> information from more than one source, and citation styles.
>
> Each course has assignments completed outside of class, essays, exams,
=
> and grades.  Students and faculty feel that the courses should be =
> two-credit courses.  Our Dean will support a move to two credits if we
=
> provide information regarding similar courses at four-year
institutions. =
>
>
> If you offer such courses, please give a short description of them, =
> especially telling us the number of credits students earn. =20
>
> Thank you!
>
> Barbara Dean Wolfe
> Reading and Academic Development Specialist
> Hillyer College, University of Hartford
> 200 Bloomfield Avenue
> West Hartford, CT 06117
> (860) 768-5011 (office)
> (860) 768-5085 (fax)
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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 10:24:06 -0400
From:    Joanne Conlon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Position Available at Rosemont College

Rosemont College
Immediate Opening

Title:   Coordinator, Testing and Tutorials

Job Summary:  Provide strategic leadership and coordinate the day--to-day
operations for testing, tutoring and instructional support services for all
undergrad and grad students.

Representative Duties:

Provides strategic leadership and coordinates the day--to-day operations for
testing, tutoring and instructional support services.
Recruits, trains, supervises and evaluates professional and student tutors;
Develops operational rules and procedures for instructional support
services;
Coordinates placement testing for new students; including testing with
special accommodations;
Works closely with faculty on developmental education, credit courses and
support materials and services;
Create, plan and lead workshops for students and faculty on appropriate
topics;
Collaborates with faculty to identify students who need standard and
specialized tutoring;
Develops specialized educational plans for ADA compliance;
Oversees maintenance of student records and materials;
Participates in budget preparation and fiscal planning, and monitors
requisitions and payroll;
Provides statistical data for the program and participates in assessment;
Provides one-on-one tutoring as needed;
Serve on committees as deemed appropriate;
Performs related duties as assigned.

This full-time position reports to the Assistant Dean for Student Academic
Support.

Knowledge and Abilities:

Knowledge of: a range of appropriate tutoring techniques; best practices in
learning assistance programs; variety of learning styles; retention-related
research; appropriate testing practices; administrative and instructional
support learning assistance technologies; teaching, learning, and
collaboration techniques.

Ability to: develop strategic plan; coordinate a multi-purpose,
multi-discipline, comprehensive approach to instructional support; establish
policies and procedures; make small or large group presentations and conduct
individualized instruction; assist with grant preparation if needed;
communicate effectively orally and in writing; establish cooperative working
relationships with persons contacted in the course of performing assigned
duties.

Rosemont College is a small, private, Catholic women's liberal arts college
with a highly diverse student body located in an attractive Philadelphia
suburban environment.

Desired Experience:  Combination of education, training, and experience that
provides the required knowledge and abilities. Bachelor's degree required
and Master's degree preferred in an appropriate discipline. Experience in
college level learning assistance programs.

Salary:  $33,000 and excellent benefit package

For this immediate opening, the review of applicants will begin as soon as
materials are received.

Send letters of interest and resume to:

Office of Human Resources
1400 Montgomery Avenue
Rosemont, PA 19010
or fax to: 610-527-0341
or email [log in to unmask]

Rosemont College is an equal opportunity employer.

Dr. Joanne C. Conlon
Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support
106 Brown Science
Rosemont College
1400 Montgomery Ave.
Rosemont, PA 19010
(610) 527-0200  x2366
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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 10:37:13 -0400
From:    Reggie Jean <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: TRIO - Student Support Services

Joanne,

As you know, this is a competition year for SSS grants. Larry Oxendine, =
the Director of Federal Trio Programs at the DOE has projected the =
following standards for the competition.This was shared by Joan Becker, =
the Associate Provost of Academic Support Services and UMASS Boston. You =
can get the old application package from the website: =
http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/trio/index.html.=20

The selection criteria won't change. The major changes are the page =
limit (projected to be 75 pages cover to cover, exclusive of =
assurances); no compound objectives; if continuing applicant 103% of =
current base; hoping to require e-submissions; grant aid is now part of =
the base of your grant--you choose how much, if any, of the grant will =
be spent on grant aid up to 20%. Minimum of 160 students, fewer must =
justify. The Dept is aiming for a late August due date. If that doesn't =
happen they'll be due in October--recognizing that September is tough =
for folks.

Hope that's helpful.

Reggie Jean
Academic Coordinator
Boston University Upward Bound
www.bu.edu/ub
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  ----- Original Message -----=20
  From: Joanne Conlon=20
  To: [log in to unmask]
  Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 4:43 PM
  Subject: TRIO - Student Support Services


  I am new to a small women's liberal arts institution.  We received a =
Title
  III grant which has funded the creation of my entire operation, =
including
  me - the Student Academic Support Center.  Our population has become =
more
  diversified in the last few years.  I am finding many more needs than =
the
  Title III grant can meet.  Because in a former life, about 7 years =
ago, as a
  Dean I supervised TRIO- SSS and Upward Bound, I think SSS could help =
us fill
  in the gaps.  However, we only have 1000 students.  I have been on the =
TRIO
  web site to try to find the actual criteria for acceptance - whether =
it is a
  number or percentage of the population that meets the criteria.  I am =
also
  looking for the real specifics of the criteria.  If we don't meet the
  criteria, then I won't pull a team together to write the grant.  If we =
do,
  then I most certainly will.  We have so many needs among our students =
and I
  would like to help them be successful.  With the right support, they =
could
  be....

  I would appreciate it greatly if someone out there could either give =
me the
  specific criteria, or point me to where on the web site I might find =
the
  specific criteria.

  Thanks so much!


  Joanne

  Dr. Joanne C. Conlon
  Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support
  106 Brown Science
  Rosemont College
  1400 Montgomery Ave.
  Rosemont, PA 19010
  (610) 527-0200  x2366
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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 08:10:34 -0700
From:    Jenny Haley <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Submit your proposal and join us in Baltimore!

Reminder: please submit your proposal for the NCLCA
19th Annual Conference by this Friday, May 21.

Don't miss a great opportunity to share your learning
center's practices and/or research with your
colleagues.

This conference is not one to be missed!  Come join us
in Baltimore from September 29-October 1, 2004.

What a great professional development opportunity to
listen to the keynote speakers Mr. Wilbert Bryant and
Dr. Michael Siegel.  Bryant is the Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Office of Postsecondary Education, US
Department of Education, and Siegel is a Research
Fellow with the Policy Center on the First Year of
College at Brevard College in North Carolina.

It's not too late!  Take some time today to think
about successful practice, theory, and/or research
that transpires in your learning center.  Choose a
meaningful way in which to share this with your
colleagues.  We all learn so much from each other;
don't miss this opportunity to grow professionally and
to help others to grow.

Your proposal consists of two parts, the Cover Sheet
and the Proposal Abstract.

I. Cover Sheet
The cover sheet, which will be separated from the
proposal when reviewed, should include:

A. Primary Presenter:  This is the presenter to whom
all correspondences will be addressed. Please include
name, title, institution, mailing address (academic
year and summer), telephone, fax and e-mail.

B. Co-Presenters: Name, title, institution, mailing
address, telephone, fax and e-mail.

C. Title: The title of the presentation.

D. Format:  Describe your presentation format.

E. Equipment:  Indicate equipment needs (choice of
video player and monitor, overhead projector, chalk or
marker board, or flip chart). Sorry, NCLCA will not be
able to provide computers or computer projection
equipment or on-line capabilities.

II. Proposal Abstract

A. Title:  Title of your Presentation.

B. Audience:  Specify the group you feel will be most
interested in your presentation.

C. Summary:  Include a 30-50 word summary for your
presentation suitable for inclusion in the conference
program book.

D. Abstract:  The abstract is the primary piece of
your proposal. Provide a description of your
presentation which includes a rationale, content,
methods of presentation and bibliography, maximum 500
words.

Mail three copies of the proposal and cover sheet to:

Linda Dixon
Miami University Division of Student Affairs
Bernard B. Rinella, Jr., Learning Assistance Center
301 S. Campus Ave., Rm. 23
Oxford, OH  45056

You may also submit your proposal electronically to:

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For more information, please see:
www.nclca.org






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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 15:17:59 -0500
From:    "William C. Roark" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Developmental Education Class Sizes

Greetings:
=20
I am conducting a feasibility study on the relationship(s) between class
size and student success (a grade of =93C=94 and above) in developmental
classes.  We currently cap our developmental classes at 25.  Of course
my thought is that a smaller class size of 15 or so would significantly
increase success of individuals and ultimately the retention of our
overall population. It is important to note that 70% of our population
qualifies to be in a developmental class of some sort.
=20
Do any of you have any research or statistics proving or disproving if
there is a relationship? Thanks for your help, Will Roark
=20
=20
William C. Roark
Learning Specialist
Ouachita Technical College
Malvern,  AR   72104
(501) 337-5000, ext. 1105
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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 16:15:45 -0400
From:    Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses

Hi Joan,

I do one linked course every semester.  I am the only person in my
department who links.  My Academic Strategies courses have linked with
Western Civilization, Sociology, Psychology, and English Literature.  I
teach my Academic Strategies class two days a week.  Then I attend the other
course with the same cohort of students three days a week.  The skills which
are taught in Academic Strategies are applied to the linked course.

In the Fall my study strategies course is linked with another course for
first semester freshmen.  Last Fall my class was linked with a Western
Civilization course.  Next Fall my class will be linked with an Intro to
Philosophy course.

In the Spring my reading course is linked with another course.  Last Spring
my class linked with a Western Civilization.  Next Spring I will link with
an Introduction to Sociology course.

The students benefit from this link.  Linking the classes provides material
for me use as the students learn new study and reading strategies.  It is an
application that lends relevance for the students.  The link provides
instant study groups for them.  I maintain a complete set of notes for the
course which later becomes available to future students.  I become another
resource for the students along with the professor teaching the course.  It
helps me to understand better the teaching styles of each professor.  I get
to know the students very well since I see them five days a week and work
closely with them on another discipline.

Working with a linked class is one of my favorite responsibilities in my
job.

Barbara WolfeBarbara Dean Wolfe
Reading and Academic Development Specialist
Hillyer College, University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
(860) 768-5011 (office)
(860) 768-5085 (fax)
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web site: uhaweb.hartford.edu/bwolfe




----- Original Message -----
From: "Joan Dillon" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 10:22 AM
Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses


> Hello,
> At our university we offer a one credit study skills course that meets
> one day per week. Students can elect to take it and it is also required
> for our freshman required to take reading 2 which is a developmental
> course which meets as a 3 credit course does but without credit. However
> the grade does go toward GPA. We also offer a 3 credit College Reading
> and Study Skills course which is a higher level course than the Reading
> 2 and is offered for 3 credits. Is anyone out there doing linked
> courses- linking a Reading with a core content?
> Joan Dillon
> Bloomsburg University
>
>
>
> Late r
>
> >>> [log in to unmask] 05/18/04 12:45 PM >>>
> Sorry Barbara!  The Practical Study Skills is a 1 credit course.  It
> meets
> for 3 hours a week for 5 weeks.
>
> Luann
> Luann Kida, MA, MSW
> Coordinator of Student Retention and Disability Services
> Morrisville State College/Norwich Campus
> 16 South Broad Street
> Norwich, NY  13815
> (607) 334-5144
> Email:  [log in to unmask]
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 7:51 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
>
> Hi Luann,
> Thanks for sending this information.  It will be helpful to us.  You
> wrote
> that you offer a 5 week course that meets for 3 hours a week entitled
> Practical Study Skills.  This course covers note taking, study
> techniques,
> memorization, and test preparation and anxiety.  How many credits do
> students earn for this course?
> Thanks you!
> Barbara
>
> Barbara Dean Wolfe
> Reading and Academic Development Specialist
> Hillyer College, University of Hartford
> 200 Bloomfield Avenue
> West Hartford, CT 06117
> (860) 768-5011 (office)
> (860) 768-5085 (fax)
> [log in to unmask]
> web site: uhaweb.hartford.edu/bwolfe
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kida, Luann" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 4:50 PM
> Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
>
>
> > Hi Barbara,
> > We have a Freshmen Experience course that meets for 3 hours a week for
> 10
> > weeks.  It is a 2 credit course and basically provides information and
> > activities that help traditionally aged students make wise choices and
> take
> > control of their academic career.  This course is not mandatory, but
> is
> > strongly encouraged.
> >
> > We also offer a 5 week course that meets for 3 hours a week entitled
> > Practical Study Skills.  This course covers note taking, study
> techniques,
> > memorization, and test preparation and anxiety.  We also do not
> require
> this
> > class, but most of the students who take the Freshman Experience take
> this
> > course also.
> >
> > For our more mature students, we have a 3 credit course that meets for
> the
> > entire semester 3 hours a week that combines the topics of Freshman
> > Experience and Study Skills.  It is designed for students who are
> juggling
> > jobs, families, and school so the topics are geared to this population
> > rather than issues more prevalent in the younger student.  This class
> is
> not
> > a required class.
> >
> > Along with these classes we have a Reading Comprehension, Writing
> Skills,
> > and Math Essentials that provide students with preparation for college
> level
> > work.  These classes are 5 week classes that meet for 3 hours and
> provide
> 1
> > credit each to the student.  We are looking at a developmental
> semester
> for
> > students, but administration hasn't bought into that idea as of yet.
> So
> for
> > now the academic advisors and I work on nudging students into these
> very
> > important classes to help ensure academic success.
> >
> > Hope this helps.   Good luck!
> >
> > Luann
> > Luann Kida, MA, MSW
> > Coordinator of Student Retention and Disability Services
> > Morrisville State College/Norwich Campus
> > 16 South Broad Street
> > Norwich, NY  13815
> > (607) 334-5144
> > Email:  [log in to unmask]
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> > Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 4:18 PM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
> >
> > Hello Listers,
> >
> > In our Academic Strategies Department we offer two courses, Academic =
> > Strategies I and Academic Strategies II.  These are required courses
> for =
> > freshmen in Hillyer College, one of the colleges at the University of
> =
> > Hartford.
> >
> > The first course meets twice a week for a whole semester.  Students =
> > receive one credit for this course.  The focus of the course is on
> study =
> > skills such as time management, note taking from class and textbooks,
> =
> > studying from notes and texts, learning styles, test taking,
> University =
> > and library resources, and memory.=20
> >
> > The second course also meets twice a week for a whole semester, and =
> > students receive one credit for this course as well.  The focus of the
> =
> > course is on critical thinking and reading, summarizing, synthesizing
> =
> > information from more than one source, and citation styles.
> >
> > Each course has assignments completed outside of class, essays, exams,
> =
> > and grades.  Students and faculty feel that the courses should be =
> > two-credit courses.  Our Dean will support a move to two credits if we
> =
> > provide information regarding similar courses at four-year
> institutions. =
> >
> >
> > If you offer such courses, please give a short description of them, =
> > especially telling us the number of credits students earn. =20
> >
> > Thank you!
> >
> > Barbara Dean Wolfe
> > Reading and Academic Development Specialist
> > Hillyer College, University of Hartford
> > 200 Bloomfield Avenue
> > West Hartford, CT 06117
> > (860) 768-5011 (office)
> > (860) 768-5085 (fax)
> > [log in to unmask]
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Date:    Fri, 14 May 2004 08:52:14 -0400
From:    David Hayes <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Inquiry from service-learning field

Hi Cythia and everyone,

Thanks for the reply, Cynthia.  Robert's address (which appear in his
signature field in my original note but was adimittedly hard to see) is

[log in to unmask]


Thanks again,

David


David Hayes, Coordinator
University College Academic Enhancement Center
Eleanor Roosevelt Hall, 4th Floor
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, RI
(401) 874-2953
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cynthia Peterson, Ph.D." <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 11:38 AM
Subject: Re: Inquiry from service-learning field


> David,
>
> I am responding to the list because I didn't see an email address for you
or
> Robert!  The fall 2003 issue
> of JCRL has an article by McCabe and Miller, Attitude Changes Reported by
> College Students Who
> Tutored Children in Reading that might be of interest. Let me know if you
have
> trouble obtaining it-
>
> Cynthia
>
> Cynthia Peterson, Ph.D.
> Editor, Journal of College Reading and Learning
> Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum & Instruction
> Texas State University-San Marcos
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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 18:08:14 -0400
From:    Patricia O'Keeffe <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Submit your proposal and join us in Baltimore!

how do you get off this?  I followed the directions to unsubscribe and it keeps rejecting my request.  Help!

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 11:11 AM
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Subject: Submit your proposal and join us in Baltimore!


Reminder: please submit your proposal for the NCLCA
19th Annual Conference by this Friday, May 21.

Don't miss a great opportunity to share your learning
center's practices and/or research with your
colleagues.

This conference is not one to be missed!  Come join us
in Baltimore from September 29-October 1, 2004.

What a great professional development opportunity to
listen to the keynote speakers Mr. Wilbert Bryant and
Dr. Michael Siegel.  Bryant is the Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Office of Postsecondary Education, US
Department of Education, and Siegel is a Research
Fellow with the Policy Center on the First Year of
College at Brevard College in North Carolina.

It's not too late!  Take some time today to think
about successful practice, theory, and/or research
that transpires in your learning center.  Choose a
meaningful way in which to share this with your
colleagues.  We all learn so much from each other;
don't miss this opportunity to grow professionally and
to help others to grow.

Your proposal consists of two parts, the Cover Sheet
and the Proposal Abstract.

I. Cover Sheet
The cover sheet, which will be separated from the
proposal when reviewed, should include:

A. Primary Presenter:  This is the presenter to whom
all correspondences will be addressed. Please include
name, title, institution, mailing address (academic
year and summer), telephone, fax and e-mail.

B. Co-Presenters: Name, title, institution, mailing
address, telephone, fax and e-mail.

C. Title: The title of the presentation.

D. Format:  Describe your presentation format.

E. Equipment:  Indicate equipment needs (choice of
video player and monitor, overhead projector, chalk or
marker board, or flip chart). Sorry, NCLCA will not be
able to provide computers or computer projection
equipment or on-line capabilities.

II. Proposal Abstract

A. Title:  Title of your Presentation.

B. Audience:  Specify the group you feel will be most
interested in your presentation.

C. Summary:  Include a 30-50 word summary for your
presentation suitable for inclusion in the conference
program book.

D. Abstract:  The abstract is the primary piece of
your proposal. Provide a description of your
presentation which includes a rationale, content,
methods of presentation and bibliography, maximum 500
words.

Mail three copies of the proposal and cover sheet to:

Linda Dixon
Miami University Division of Student Affairs
Bernard B. Rinella, Jr., Learning Assistance Center
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You may also submit your proposal electronically to:

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Date:    Wed, 19 May 2004 20:31:02 -0400
From:    Sally A Lipsky <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses

All sections of our 2-credit reading course are linked with either
General Psychology or History, both are freshmen-level Liberal Studies
courses.
Sally Lipsky
[log in to unmask]

On Wed, 19 May 2004 10:22:48 -0400
  Joan Dillon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Hello,
>At our university we offer a one credit study skills course that
>meets
>one day per week. Students can elect to take it and it is also
>required
>for our freshman required to take reading 2 which is a developmental
>course which meets as a 3 credit course does but without credit.
>However
>the grade does go toward GPA. We also offer a 3 credit College
>Reading
>and Study Skills course which is a higher level course than the
>Reading
>2 and is offered for 3 credits. Is anyone out there doing linked
>courses- linking a Reading with a core content?
>Joan Dillon
>Bloomsburg University
>
>
>
>Late r
>
>>>> [log in to unmask] 05/18/04 12:45 PM >>>
>Sorry Barbara!  The Practical Study Skills is a 1 credit course.  It
>meets
>for 3 hours a week for 5 weeks.
>
>Luann
>Luann Kida, MA, MSW
>Coordinator of Student Retention and Disability Services
>Morrisville State College/Norwich Campus
>16 South Broad Street
>Norwich, NY  13815
>(607) 334-5144
>Email:  [log in to unmask]
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 7:51 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
>
>Hi Luann,
>Thanks for sending this information.  It will be helpful to us.  You
>wrote
>that you offer a 5 week course that meets for 3 hours a week entitled
>Practical Study Skills.  This course covers note taking, study
>techniques,
>memorization, and test preparation and anxiety.  How many credits do
>students earn for this course?
>Thanks you!
>Barbara
>
>Barbara Dean Wolfe
>Reading and Academic Development Specialist
>Hillyer College, University of Hartford
>200 Bloomfield Avenue
>West Hartford, CT 06117
>(860) 768-5011 (office)
>(860) 768-5085 (fax)
>[log in to unmask]
>web site: uhaweb.hartford.edu/bwolfe
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Kida, Luann" <[log in to unmask]>
>To: <[log in to unmask]>
>Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 4:50 PM
>Subject: Re: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
>
>
>> Hi Barbara,
>> We have a Freshmen Experience course that meets for 3 hours a week
>>for
>10
>> weeks.  It is a 2 credit course and basically provides information
>>and
>> activities that help traditionally aged students make wise choices
>>and
>take
>> control of their academic career.  This course is not mandatory, but
>is
>> strongly encouraged.
>>
>> We also offer a 5 week course that meets for 3 hours a week entitled
>> Practical Study Skills.  This course covers note taking, study
>techniques,
>> memorization, and test preparation and anxiety.  We also do not
>require
>this
>> class, but most of the students who take the Freshman Experience
>>take
>this
>> course also.
>>
>> For our more mature students, we have a 3 credit course that meets
>>for
>the
>> entire semester 3 hours a week that combines the topics of Freshman
>> Experience and Study Skills.  It is designed for students who are
>juggling
>> jobs, families, and school so the topics are geared to this
>>population
>> rather than issues more prevalent in the younger student.  This
>>class
>is
>not
>> a required class.
>>
>> Along with these classes we have a Reading Comprehension, Writing
>Skills,
>> and Math Essentials that provide students with preparation for
>>college
>level
>> work.  These classes are 5 week classes that meet for 3 hours and
>provide
>1
>> credit each to the student.  We are looking at a developmental
>semester
>for
>> students, but administration hasn't bought into that idea as of yet.
>So
>for
>> now the academic advisors and I work on nudging students into these
>very
>> important classes to help ensure academic success.
>>
>> Hope this helps.   Good luck!
>>
>> Luann
>> Luann Kida, MA, MSW
>> Coordinator of Student Retention and Disability Services
>> Morrisville State College/Norwich Campus
>> 16 South Broad Street
>> Norwich, NY  13815
>> (607) 334-5144
>> Email:  [log in to unmask]
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Barbara Dean Greif Wolfe [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 4:18 PM
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: credits for study skills and critical reading courses
>>
>> Hello Listers,
>>
>> In our Academic Strategies Department we offer two courses, Academic
>>=
>> Strategies I and Academic Strategies II.  These are required courses
>for =
>> freshmen in Hillyer College, one of the colleges at the University
>>of
>=
>> Hartford.
>>
>> The first course meets twice a week for a whole semester.  Students
>>=
>> receive one credit for this course.  The focus of the course is on
>study =
>> skills such as time management, note taking from class and
>>textbooks,
>=
>> studying from notes and texts, learning styles, test taking,
>University =
>> and library resources, and memory.=20
>>
>> The second course also meets twice a week for a whole semester, and
>>=
>> students receive one credit for this course as well.  The focus of
>>the
>=
>> course is on critical thinking and reading, summarizing,
>>synthesizing
>=
>> information from more than one source, and citation styles.
>>
>> Each course has assignments completed outside of class, essays,
>>exams,
>=
>> and grades.  Students and faculty feel that the courses should be =
>> two-credit courses.  Our Dean will support a move to two credits if
>>we
>=
>> provide information regarding similar courses at four-year
>institutions. =
>>
>>
>> If you offer such courses, please give a short description of them,
>>=
>> especially telling us the number of credits students earn. =20
>>
>> Thank you!
>>
>> Barbara Dean Wolfe
>> Reading and Academic Development Specialist
>> Hillyer College, University of Hartford
>> 200 Bloomfield Avenue
>> West Hartford, CT 06117
>> (860) 768-5011 (office)
>> (860) 768-5085 (fax)
>> [log in to unmask]
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