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By Jasmine Hendricks
CCC Journalism Program

BLACKWOOD – The Camden County College Blackwood campus is calling all students interested in learning and improving their writing skills to attend a workshop in December.

Here student rodaline walks to the Connector Building, where the learning workshop will be held. By Jasmine Hendricks, CCC Journalism Program
A student walks to the Connector Building, where the learning workshop will be held. By Jasmine Hendricks, CCC Journalism Program

During the two-hour workshop, participants will develop effective learning outcomes for their courses. The event will be held by Soheila Kobler, associate dean of academic assessment at Raritan Community College. Students will be shown both effective learning and writing methods.

Amber Fuchs, a second-year student at Camden County College, is eagerly waiting the workshop.

“I love writing. It’s something that comes easy to me and it always has,” she said. “A lot of my friends hate English and having to write stories or paper, but not me. I see it as a chance to express my ideas if it’s a story or argue a point effectively if it’s a paper. I really want to know what kind of pointers and tips they’re going to show us. I’m always looking for new ways to improve my writing.”

The workshop will take place from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 5 in Room 101 of the Connector Building on the Blackwood campus. There is no cost for the workshop.

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