Online Workshops

Workshops will be scheduled each month. Click on the links below to see more information about a particular workhop as well as to register. While registering, students will be asked for their name, class, and instructor. You will receive a confirmation email with the link to the workshop. Click on the link at the time of the workshop to join! You may need to wait to be added by the workshop host.

General Workshops

Click on a link below to register for any of the following online workshops. Scroll down to Asynchronous Workshops for more details on the One Book One College Essay Contest and submission Instructions:

Workshop Date, Time Mode or Location Way to Register

Digital Annotation (New Workshop)

Fri. Oct. 1, 10am-11am Online Through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Timed Writing Tue. Oct. 5, 11am-12pm Tutoring Center LRC-137 In person on the day of or through the Cranium Scheduler.
Scholarship

Thu. Oct. 7,
8am-9am

Online Through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Scholarship

Mon. Oct. 11, 2pm-3pm

Tutoring Center LRC-137 In person on the day of or through the Cranium Scheduler.
Timed Writing

Tue. Oct.12, 2pm-3pm

Tutoring Center LRC-137 In person on the day of or through the Cranium Scheduler.
Study Skills (New Workshop)

Wed. Oct. 13th, 3pm-4pm

Tutoring Center LRC-137 In person on the day of or through the Cranium Scheduler.
Note Taking

Fri. Oct. 15th, 1pm-2pm

Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Scholarship

Mon. Oct. 18, 10am-11am

Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Timed Writing

Mon. Oct. 18, 3pm-4pm

Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Study Skills (New Workshop)

Tue. Oct. 19, 8am-9am

Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link

 Writing Workshops

Click on a link below to register for any of the following online writing workshops:

Workshop Date, Time Mode or Location Way to Register
MLA Style  Tue. Oct. 5, 1pm-2pm Tutoring Center LRC-137 In person on the day of or through the Cranium Scheduler.
APA Format  Fri. Oct. 8, 10am-11am  Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
MLA Style  Thu. Oct. 14, 8am-9am Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Evaluating Resources Wed. Oct. 20, 3pm-4pm Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Essay Writing Tue. Oct. 26, 1pm-2pm Online through Cranium Cranium Registration Link
Research Thu. Oct, 28, 10am-11am Tutoring Center LRC-137 In person on the day of or through the Cranium Scheduler.

Math (and Science) Workshops

Currently, the STEM Center is holding different Study Groups for specific math and science courses.

 Library Workshops

Visit our great library workshops here.

 


 

Asynchronous Workshops

If you can't attend one of our synchronous workshops, please consider our Asynchronous Workshops which can be completed at any time:

One Book One College Essay Writing Contest

*We are not currently running the One Book One College Essay Contest

  1. Review the Essay Writing Contest Prezi.
  2. Review the Contest Rules.
  3. Write your essay or Interdisciplinary option and save it as a Word Doc, PDF, or RTF file. Consider attending a One Book One College Essay Contest Workshop (listed above) or making an online appointment to meet with an English Tutor before you turn in your submission.
  4. Email your submission along with the completed Front Cover Sheet to onebook@craftonhills.edu with the subject line "OBOC Writing Contest Submission."

How to be an Online Student

  1. Review the How to be an Online Student Prezi or the print copy.
  2. Follow the directions on the How to be and Online Student PDF as you watch the suggested videos, review the Zoom tutorials and Canvas guides, and perform the self-check.
  3. Email the completed Zoom and Online Learning PDF to jmontejano@sbccd.cc.ca.us to receive a signed digital copy as proof of completion. 

Notetaking and Planning

  1. Review the Notetaking and Planning Prezi or the print copy.
  2. Follow the directions on the Notetaking and Planning PDF as you watch the suggested videos, practice notetaking, and create your own weekly schedule using the Weekly Schedule Template.
  3. Email the completed Notetaking and Planning PDF and your Weekly Schedule to jmontejano@sbccd.cc.ca.us to receive a signed digital copy as proof of completion.

Directed Learning Activities

Directed learning activities are a combination of self-paced assignments and a tutor check for approval. They are a good balance between a workshop and a tutoring session and are focused on developing a specific skill.

Our Writing DLA's can be found on our Writing Tutoring Page which include Setting up a MLA Paper, Setting up an APA Paper, and Grammar.


Online Resources

If you can’t make it to one of our workshops please see these online resources below or check out the Help Section of the Online Tutoring Page:

Tips for Successful Online Students

How to Sign Up for Student Lingo Self-Paced Success Workshops

Canvas Help

Cranium Café Help:
Trouble Shooting

Tech Requirements

Join Scheduled Meeting

Main Support Page


 Study Groups

Study Group Request Form: Please fill out a form to request a study group in the Tutoring Center.