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Crash Courses on Citation Styles & Formatting

The Crash Course Series - 30 minutes, free, onlineThe Crash Course Series - Writing

The Crash Course Series is a collection of free, 30 minute workshops for SJR State students on topics that you need to brush up on before you get too far into the semester.

Crash Courses are offered live online each semester. Registration is required.

Spring 2021

 

HESI prep

Do you want to brush up on math skills for the HESI?  Visit EdReady to create an account to take a pretest and then access a customized study plan with lessons and quizzes.

 

The Crash Course Series: Because Math Isn't Just for Math Class!

Crash Course logoMath isn’t just for math class! 

Need a Crash Course in Fractions, Graphing, Factoring, or Exponents? Our Crash Course series is a set of free, 30-minute workshops that provide a quick refresher on math skills that you will use in math class and other subjects. 

  • The Fractions Crash Course is great if you’re taking a math class or any class in which conversions are used – like science or Nursing.

  • The Graphing Crash Course is super helpful if you’re taking a science or economics class. This Crash Course will help you read graphs and draw graphs by hand.

  • The Factoring Crash Course is useful if you’re taking a math class now or if you plan to soon.

  • The Exponents Crash Course is another great choice if you’re taking a math class now or if you plan to soon.

Visit our Crash Course site to watch one of our quick Crash Course videos or register for a free, live workshop


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