UNS Course syllabus_1.docx - Abu Dhabi University University College General Education Program Course Name Course Code Course Pre-requisites Course

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Abu Dhabi University University College General Education Program Course Syllabus Spring 2016 - 17 Course Name: University Study Skills Course Code: UNS 102 (E) – Section 1 Course Pre-requisites: NONE Course Co-requisites: NONE Credit hours: 1 Instructor’s Name: Deenaz Kanji Telephone: 03-709-0736 E-mail: [email protected] Class Location: AA-G32 Class Time: Tu: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Office Location: AA-BF27 Office Hours: Tu: 8:00 pm – 8:30 pm 1. Course Description The course is designed to help students to achieve personal professional development as they prepare to move from the secondary level of education to higher university level of education. The course is designed to help freshmen to adapt to the university environment and develop a better understanding of the essential academic skills such as information literacy, academic literacy, and time & study management. The course offers students training in those skills that are vital to the academic learning process. Students also learn to self-assess their strengths and weaknesses during their academic life. The course also aims to promote an environment where students are recognized for having high levels of integrity which is an indispensable part of their personal and intellectual growth. 2. Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Develop basic skills in information literacy. 2. Apply a variety of study & time management skills. 3. Analyze academic integrity components in higher education. 4. Recognize various assessments techniques used in higher education. 5.Identify and recall the life experiences as a first year Abu Dhabi Universitystudent.
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3. W e e k l y Outline Given below is the breakdown of the course delivery per week. 'Students should be aware that for each hour of in-class time, a further two to three hours (on average) of independent study (out-of-class time) is required' Week Topic (In class lecture) First Year Life Experience Session Readings / Activities (Textbook) 1 Course introduction. Blackboard training -- Handouts Demonstration & application Setting Goals and Managing Handouts 2 Course Learning Outcome Relevant College Learning Outcome Assessment Tools 1. Develop basic skills in information literacy. PLO 2. Identify, collect, organize, analyze, evaluate and use information effectively and responsibly. Group Project 2. Apply a variety of study & time management skills. PLO 3. Think critically, independently and creatively so as to make informed and logical judgments. Midterm 3. Analyze academic integrity components in higher education. PLO 7. Critique the need for strong values, ethical conduct and social responsibilities, especially the importance of personal, academic and professional integrity.
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