Lynne D. Hagan

Learning Specialist, disAbled Student Support Services

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Work Information

Job title

Learning Specialist

Key responsibilities

I work with individual students who need assistance in organizing and planning school work, preparing for tests/exams, completing assignments successfully, preparing papers, study skills, time management, and other strategies for success as a student at KSU.

I plan and implement skills-development workshops, which address these and other topics of interest. Feedback information from these workshops helps me plan future workshops or events to meet the needs of students at KSU.

 

Department or workgroup

disAbled Student Support Services

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Contact Information

lhagan@ksumail.kennesaw.edu

Student Development Center

770-423-6443 or 770-499-3667

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Current Projects

Handbook Committee

This committee comprised of faculty, staff, and students, will design and produce both a hard copy and website version of a handbook for new students, faculty, and staff. This handbook will answer frequently asked questions and give links to other sites where the information is located. Users of this handbook will find what they need in the briefest, fastest, most "user friendly" format.

"Building Your Dream"

This workshop series covers study skills, note taking skills, test taking skills (including test anxiety), and will help students discover and use their strongest learning styles to make their college career more successful. It is designed for students who may need more intensive help in these areas. It is scheduled for early fall semester.

"I Can Succeed!"

This workshop is designed primarily for first time students at KSU. It will assist new students with learning self advocacy skills and will inform participants of the many resources available to them on campus. It will also provide information on policies and procedures necessary to receive reasonable accommodations that can be made available through the disAbled Student Support Services office.

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Biographical Information

I am a native of Georgia, married and have two grown children. I earned a Master's Degree in Education from Brenau University in Gainesville, GA. I spent fifteen years in private school education working extensively with students with various learning difficulties.

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Personal Interests

I am an active member of my community and my church. In my spare time I enjoy reading--especially mysteries, listening to music, attending concerts of all sorts, and needlecrafts.

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Last Revised: May 27, 1999