How to find and follow research courses in your college
Denver, CO (WHDH) – A new study skills course, based on research, has been introduced at Colorado College.
The course was developed by students at the University of Denver.
The course is a reflection on how students can find and learn new research skills in the classroom.
It is part of the National Center for Research on Reading and Writing (NCRW) program and has been taught at a number of colleges and universities.
The NCRW is a nonprofit, multi-year program that provides training for students in reading, writing and other literacy skills.
The program is open to students across the country.
“We’ve been wanting to bring the NCRH to Colorado College for quite some time,” said Dr. Elizabeth Fenn, a senior research fellow in the Reading and Learning Lab at the Colorado College Reading and Language Sciences department.”NCRH is a good way to make sure students get a sense of what is actually happening in the academic world and how they can get involved in that,” Fenn said.
“I think students will find it useful to really get into a sense if they want to go back and look at some of these types of materials and think about what is the right kind of material, the kind of tools that might be useful for them to use to really really get to grips with research and to really make sense of how the research is actually being done,” Finn said.
Students at the college have been asked to work with a research coordinator to complete the course, which will be taught by faculty members at the NCRIW in Denver.
The study skills portion will be based on the NCRG’s reading and writing and research skills assessment.
“The goal is to give students a good idea of how to really use these resources in the context of their research interests and how to use them to get a good sense of where the research has gone,” Fann said.
The study skills section is aimed at students in high school and college, Fenn noted.
The NCR research coordinator, Amanda Tippett, said students have the opportunity to get an overview of the material in the NCRs new study lessons.
“One of the challenges we have with the NCRA is that there are so many materials out there that are really very detailed and really well-written and it’s difficult to sort through,” Tippet said.
Tippett said the NCRNW is trying to build upon the NCWR curriculum, which was developed with input from students in Colorado College’s reading, literature and science departments.
“What we really wanted to do was bring that to the university to really provide a good tool to students to really sort through all the different materials that students are going to have,” Tuckett said.
Some of the materials students will be able to take include: the NCRRR, NCRNP, NCRW, NCRP and NCRW.
Some of the NCRCP materials will be available online.
The first class, which takes place on March 31, is a three-week course designed for first-year students, who will learn about basic reading, basic writing, basic math, reading and language skills and how research works in the humanities.
Students will be given access to NCR and NCRN materials.
The second class is a two-week workshop on March 12 and the third class will be a one-week seminar on March 19.
The new NCRN study lessons are expected to be available by June.