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Native Access 1191 University Transition I View Details
Traditional Aboriginal and contemporary learning styles and evaluation will introduce students to critical thinking, reading and writing for academia, library research skills, and the use of technology in academic contexts. Campus and community orientation, student life skills, and Aboriginal cultural knowledge make up the personal development content of the program.
Credit Weight: 0.0
Offering: 3-0; 0-0
Notes: A non-credit required course restricted to Native Access students.

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Native Access 1192 University Transition II View Details
Advanced studies in skill development, building on content in University Transition I, will build student capacity in successful transition into full time university study. More focused attention in university program planning, portfolio development, computing skill development, presentations, and complex library work will prepare students for future independence within the university setting. Contemporary and traditional Aboriginal values and cultural practices on wellness and stress management are explored.
Credit Weight: 0.0
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: A non-credit required course restricted to Native Access students.

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