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We Can Bring Presentations To Your Classroom!

The Kinkel Center for Academic Resources wants to make these classroom presentations available to you as an instructor and your students through electronic links or with custom made presentations given directly to the students in your class:

 Classroom Presentation Topics:

    • How to Write an Essay: From Brainstorming to Final Draft
      This presentation takes students through the writing process: brainstorming a Topic, creating a Thesis Statement, building an Outline, organizing Body Paragraphs, writing a Conclusion.
    • APA or MLA Research Style: How to Integrate and Cite Sources in a Research Paper
      This presentation explains the elements of APA or MLA research style focusing on integrating sources, creating effective in-text citations, formatting Reference or Works Cited pages.
    • Oral Presentations: How to Organize and Prepare PowerPoint Presentations
      This Presentation takes students through the organization of a PowerPoint presentation, the use of oral documentation, and preparation for oral delivery.
    • Plagiarism in the Internet Age: What Is It and What Are Its Consequences?
      This presentation helps students to understand what plagiarism is in its myriad forms , what to do to avoid it, and specifically identifies the Fontbonne University policy on plagiarism.

Ideally these presentations are an hour long; however the Kinkel Center staff will organize any of these presentations to fit into whatever time works for you and your class.  Please call Peggy Muldoon 314-889-4725 or Teresa Sweeney 314-719-3608 if you are interested in any of these presentations.  We will be delighted to work out a presentation that fits your classroom needs.

Other Helpful Handouts:

Researching A Paper

Literature Review: An information sheet on how to write this important part of a thesis.

Example of outline paper

Testing Services - Faculty Responsibilities

The Kinkel Center provides testing services for students with disabilities, online courses, and individual students referred by instructors.  Here is the testing protocol for instructors:

1. Complete the Kinkel Center testing envelope (available in the center and the mailroom) with specific directions for administration of the test (proctors follow these exact directions).

2. Bring the test to the Kinkel Center or leave in Kinkel Center's mailbox in the mailroom at least 24 hours prior to the test date. The Kinkel Center does not accept emailed tests.