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– Jan 14: AUSU Council Meeting
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– February 10: Last day to register for courses starting March 1
– February 11: AUSU Council Meeting
– February 16: Family Day ? AU & AUSU closed
– February 27: Last business day to extend courses ending March 31
Featured AUSU Member Service
AUSU forums provide an opportunity to talk online with other students.
AUSU forums is a student-only space to post messages for others to read and respond to. Discussions take place over time and remain online indefinitely. To start a discussion, post a message and come back later to check for replies. The system can e-mail you when replies are posted. Or, browse the older posts to see if someone already asked your question!
This is a great place to find out what the AU experience is like for others; share study tips; find out what others think about a course; get support when things get rough; and engage in discussion on an endless variety of topics.
Check it out at http://www.ausu.org/phpBB3/index.php
Great AU Finds Online
Counselling Assessments — Am I Ready for studies in …? Counselling Assessments ? A series of review modules to test your skill in a variety of subjects (currently there are assessments for English, math, chemistry, Microsoft Access, and computing science). Use these to determine if you need to brush up on a subject before diving in to a course, or just for fun. Also, Mapping Your Future helps you choose an occupation.
For links, see: http://counselling.athabascau.ca/assess_yourself.php
AUSU Featured Groups & Clubs
Group Name: AU ? Faculty of Business
About: Members are all types of students, staff, and alumni with AU. The members of the group seem to support, encourage and give advice to each other on AU Faculty of Business topics.
Activity: Posts several times per week that are mostly news and information on the AU Faculty of Business.
This Week at lynda.com
lynda.com experts have curated playlists get you started. With hundreds of lists on a variety of subjects, there is something for everyone. Visit the playlist center for more information and enter the playlist title. This week’s featured list:
Build Leadership Skills
Being a student at AU creates some difficulties in being able to hone leadership skills, yet every employer values them. Fortunately, lynda.com has training on a wide range of career and business skills. The Build Leadership Skills is ideal for new grads, or anyone seeking employment while they study. This stream of courses will teach you:
– How to be a leader people love to follow.
– How to uncover your hidden strengths and talents.
– How to inspire your team.
Have a look at this playlist and start using the skills in your everyday interactions outside of school!
Duration: 8h 52m
Skill Level: Appropriate for all
Have you signed up for lynda? It’s free for AUSU members. To learn more, check out ausu.org/services/lynda.php