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July 15, 2020

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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Introduction to R Markdown

This one-day introductory workshop will teach students the fundamentals of how to create R Markdown scripts to create reproducible reports and presentations in various formats (PDF, Word, PowerPoint, HTML). Students will gain experience constructing several reports from data sets provided to the class.

Prerequisites:
This class is appropriate for attendees with experience using R and RStudio who want to create reproducible data analyses and reports that can be shared with a large audience.

Instructor:
Greg Rousell

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  • CCRLA
  • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Working Across Difference: An Introduction to Intercultural Learning

    Intercultural refers to the meeting of two or more people embodying different cultural contexts. As our world becomes more complex and interconnected, intercultural interaction has increasingly become part of our daily lives.

    The ability to communicate across difference is not the sole domain of diplomats or international businesspeople, but a critical life skill for everyone. Developing intercultural skills is important for success in your chosen career, satisfaction in your relationships with others, and to sustain peaceful and harmonious relationships both locally and globally. To relate across difference goes beyond tolerance to an appreciation of diverse perspectives with an ability to leverage difference to grow and create solutions for our changing contexts.

    This workshop is based on an experiential learning model and your active participation will be an important element of your learning. The workshop will introduce theoretical models of intercultural learning, as well as practical tools that you can implement in your daily practice.

    Prerequisites:
    None (beginner level)

    Instructors:

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  • CCRLA
  • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Curriculum Vitae and Scholarship Writing (free webinar)

    Facilitated by Community Psychology Faculty at Laurier University, learn how to put together a C.V. to broadcast your skills and experiences, and write a proposal for student scholarships.

    Registration.

  • CCRLA
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Jackbox Party

    Jackbox is a series of easy-to-play party games for your friends and family. Players join by simply using the web browser on their smartphone – no app needed! The games range from drawing prompts on your screen, to coming up with epic jokes, and testing your knowledge at trivia.

    To join: Open zoom and use meeting ID 648-018-1863

  • LOCUS
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Helping Your Hawk Soar: Supporting Your Student in Their First Year of University – Laurier 101

    This session is for parents and supporters of incoming Golden Hawks to learn more about what life is like for your student at Laurier. Register in advance to access this webinar.

    Learn more at students.wlu.ca/laurier-101.

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