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Active Learning Space
The new Active Learning Space is a hi-tech, collaborative learning space that features the Sony Vision Exchange solution as well as flex seating for 16 and three LCD monitors. As the first in the world to pioneer this technology, the Albert D. Cohen Management Library is transforming the classroom experience by engaging students in active and collaborative learning. Students engage with the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) platform that allows them to "mirror" their device on to one of the LCD monitors, thereby allowing for peer to peer instruction as well as real-time feedback from their instructor.
Workshops offered at other locations!
This is a listing of workshops designed to support various types of users, including students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as researchers and faculty members. Read the details of each session clearly to know which workshops are best suited to your needs and skill level.
Professional Development Workshops: GradSteps
The Faculty of Graduate Studies, in collaboration with various academic and student support units both on and off campus, run the annual Grad Studies Workshop Series. These workshops are designed to help graduate students navigate their programs and prepare them to transfer their skills and knowledge into the workplace; whether that be in a traditional academic setting, or for-profit or not-for-profit organizations.
The Libraries is offering a series of workshops over the fall and winter terms to enhance your research technical expertise and expand your research presence. Workshops will provide opportunities to learn about research metrics, data management and more!