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UNIV 1101 - Learning Frameworks in Collegiate Studies

Purpose

Trying to remember what we covered in class but can't seem to find your notes?  Then this is your guide.

Content in this Course Guide reopens the gateway to the content covered in UNIV 1101 (Learning Frameworks in Collegiate Studies). We've also included introductory information about using the library and getting started with research in the (typical) first-year courses.

First Year Experience Office

First-Year Experience Office
Farrington 111
Phone: 936.294.3422
Email:
 fye@shsu.edu
http://www.shsu.edu/dept/fye/

Kay Angrove, Ed.D.
FYE Department Chair
Phone: 936.294.3423
Email: kangrove@shsu.edu

Ask a Librarian

 

Library@shsu.edu

TEXT 936-229-3764

CALL 936-294-1614 or
1-866-NGL-INFO (645-4636)

Why UNIV 1101?

The UNIV 1101: Learning Frameworks course is designed to help meet the transitional needs of students in their first year at Sam Houston State University. The course encourages best practice for resilience and resources to use in new environments, helps students develop research-based strategies for life-long learning, and thus improves their marketable skills. Peer mentors, speakers from campus student service departments, and the Academic Success Center are integral components of the course.

The Student Learning Outcomes for UNIV 1101 are:

  • Adapt best practices for resilience and resource use in new environments
  • Align learning theory to coursework and to college and career plans
  • Identify marketable skills and produce a tangible outcome, project, or plan
  • Enhance critical thinking, self-awareness, and metacognitive thinking through self-reflection and evaluation of the tangible outcome, project, or plan

 

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