Panel Discussion on the Magnificent Seven and Kirosawa with Paul Eisenstein, Karen Steigman and Allen Reichert. This event will be held on September 22nd at 5pm in Library 118.
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Metacognition: Thinking about How You Think and How You Learn: Thurs., Sept. 15 @ 4 PM - Library 013
Are you finding that you're not always sure how to study the material in your college classes? We'll examine some principles of learning and discuss strategies for learning more effectively. Sponsored by the Academic Support Center.
Test Taking Tips: Thurs., Sept. 22 @ 1 PM- Library 127
We will explore different test taking strategies to use for any type of test and also look at specific strategies for multiple choice, essay and math tests. Sponsored by the Academic Support Center.
Test Anxiety: Thurs., Sept. 29 @ 3 PM- Library 200
Then this session is for YOU! Join us to discuss test anxiety, explore ways to break the cycle, and practice techniques that can help relieve some of the stress brought on when taking a test. Sponsored by the Academic Support Center.
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Check out the Becker Gallery's newest exhibit, A Personal History of the Forest. This work from Otterbein alum and adjunct Otterbein faculty member Jon Juravich resulted from investigations into lumberjack lore with his three year old daughter. The work "explores the humor and personality of the forest itself and our responsibilities towards preservation and conservation."
A reception will be Sunday October 2nd from 3-5 pm at the Library in the Lower Level and a creator event will be held Sunday October 23rd related to this exhibition.
The Becker Gallery is located in the Lower Level of the Courtright Memorial Library.
Questions about the exibit, the Gallery, or the creator event? Please email Allen Reichert (PReichert@otterbein.edu.)
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Check out the Center for Teaching & Learning's Calendar of Events below to learn more about the exciting and informative events designed specially for our faculty!
Know a faculty member who you think should be nominated for the Library's Featured Faculty program? Email SLadson@otterbein.edu today with your suggestion and tell us why you want to see them on display!
Want to be part of the Digital Commons? Join the global conversation and leave your mark - Email Sarah Hickey (SHickey@otterbein.edu) today!
Be sure to check our special BLISS session, Opening Doors to the World: Art of India and Thailand on September 7th from noon to 1pm in the Lower Level Learning Lab.