We’re excited to announce the release of Student2Scholar, a series of 10 self-paced, interactive, openly available online modules designed for graduate students in education and the social sciences.
The modules will help you develop the skills you need to successfully navigate the higher education information ecosystem. They also provide opportunities for hands-on practice using the research tools in your discipline, as well as engaging with the broader issues affecting your research and career as a researcher. Throughout the modules, you will be invited to engage with interactive tutorials, videos, readings, worksheets, and quizzes, as well as reflect on their learning and dispositions through self-assessments and self-reflections in a personalized online research workbook.
The Student2Scholar learning experience is intended to be very flexible in a way that works for you: you may choose to complete all the modules on your own time, use them in your teaching, or select particular activities or modules at point of need.
Student2Scholar will also be offered through the School of Graduate Studies’ Graduate Professional Skills (GPS) program in the Winter 2016 term. To obtain credit for the Graduate Professional Skills (GPS) program, you must complete at least 3 modules including modules 3, 4 and a module of your choice.