Golding’s College Success Blog – Let’s Help Get the Word Out about Student Success Strategies that Work

Professor Jonathan Golding (in UK’s Department of Psychology) is trying out another open educational resource (OER) – this time with Blogger – to share some good advice on how to survive college … and succeed. Last year, he and UGE’s own Dr. Phil Kraemer launched an open course on the same topic in Coursera (the latest iteration is just now wrapping up – see more at https://www.coursera.org/course/succeedincollege).

Dr. Golding is asking that University of Kentucky professional staff and instructors of student success strategies contribute as guest authors for his blog: http://beginnersguidetocollegesuccess.com

Please consider repurposing some of your favorite sayings, reminders and resources for student success and adding to his blog. Perhaps you could send out a call to your staff, graduate teaching assistants or your most talented undergraduate instructional assistants to write something to contribute.

You can send content to him directly via email or a Word doc – or if you are a Blogger author already, let him know your account name so he can add you in to his blog to post your own content.

Looking forward to seeing the UK community participate in this OER venture!

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About UK Student and Academic Life

Undergraduate Education is now recreated within the Division of Student and Academic Life in the Provost's Office at the University of Kentucky.
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