Academic Reading Workshop

Do you want to read an academic text more effectively?

  You can do this by learning the pattern, or "code" of academic reading. Academic texts have a common structure, like a code, that they use to make a point or share the results of research. When you can "de-code" an academic text, you will know how to find the information you need faster and be a more confident reader!

 Attend the Academic Reading Workshop to learn how to track the patterns of the academic texts! Call 070 50 21 21 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register for the event! It is open to college students!!!

 Trainer's profile: From a small town in Eastern Idaho, USA, Jessica is a current Fulbright Student Researcher focused on Memory Work and Popular Culture in Cambodia. She holds a BA in Literature from the College of Idaho and an MA in Asian Studies from University of Hawai'i-Manoa in Honolulu. She has lived in a wide range of places from the continental USA to the Pacific Islands and even Australia. She's passionate about community memory and healing, education, and pop culture. With skills as a writer, editor, international traveler, cultural critic and researcher, Jessica believes that the most important text book we have is the book of our own lives and experiences but that we have to encourage critical thought, curiosity, and active reflection in order to access our potential. So she looks forward to sharing her experiences as an academic, writer, and public speaker with students and the community to foster a space of mutual education and learning.





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