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The Ally Center will be LBC|Capital’s hub for innovative academic services, resources, and accessibility by which each student can expand his or her potential for servant- ministry leadership.

  

Welcome! Use the tabs on the left to explore our variety of high-quality academic resources, designed to help you succeed in your academic journey at LBC. 

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April Webinars

1. Discover Your Learning Style Workshop

  • Description: In this workshop, you will identify your learning style and learn how to apply it to benefit your educational experience.
  • Time: April 4, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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2. Ask ALLY any Questions about APA/MLA/SBL Citation and Formatting Style

  • Description: This session will actively answer students' questions concerning MLA, APA, or SBL format.
  • Time: April 11, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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3. Finishing Strong and Starting Well

  • Description: This workshop will provide an opportunity for students to reflect on this term and make a plan to successfully begin the next term.
  • Time: April 18, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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4. Properly Finding and Incorporating Research

  • Description: This workshop will demonstrate how to find, cite, and incorporate sources for an essay.
  • Time: April 23, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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May Webinars

1. Summer Fever

  • Description: In this workshop, we will discuss how to successfully manage your coursework while enjoying your summer.
  • Time: May 7, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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2. Overcoming Stress of Starting an Essay with a Strong Thesis. 

  • Description: This workshop will demonstrate how to create and leverage a thesis statement for assignments and final papers.
  • Time: May 16, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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3. You are the Boss. Manage your Time!

  • Description: This workshop is designed to help you manage college work while maintaining a "normal" lifestyle.
  • Time: May 22, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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4. "I Keep Writing How I Speak": Transforming Writing Style from Informal to Academic

  • Description: This workshop will showcase the different ways to revise informal writing style into an academic style.
  • Time: May 30, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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June Webinars

1. "I Keep Going Around the Bush": Creating a Detailed Paragraph without Repetitive Ideas.

  • Description: This workshop will provide a step-by-step guide on creating a persuasive and detailed body paragraph without redundant or irrelevant content
  • Time: June 6, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada.
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2. Rhythms of Rest to Avoid Burnout

  • Description: This workshop will breakdown the "why" and "how" of incorporating rhythms of rest into the lives of students.
  • Time: June 13, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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3. Using Your Resources

  • Description: In this workshop, we will discuss how to navigate Canvas, the Library, and more.
  • Time: June 18, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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4. How to Revise Run-on and Fragment Sentences. 

  • Description: This workshop practically displays how to revise run-ons and Fragment sentences through quiz-based analogies.
  • Time: June 20, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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July Webinars

1. Confronting the Fears of Starting Essays by Constructing Proper Outlines. 

  • Description: This workshop will showcase how the brainstorming and outlining writing process can relieve some emotional fears and pressures involved in completing an essay.   
  • Time: July 4, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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2. Fighting Procrastination

  • Description: In this workshop, we will discuss easy steps on how to overcome procrastination.
  • Time: July 9, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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3. Making MLA Manageable 

  • Description: This workshop will provide an overview of MLA formatting and citations so that students feel more confident using MLA.
  • Time: July 16, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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4. Facing that 5-10 Page Paper Smartly. 

  • Description: This workshop will demonstrate how to structure and prepare elaborate content for a lengthy paper.
  • Time: July 18, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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August Webinars

1. "I Keep Writing How I Speak": Transforming Writing Style from Informal to Academic

  • Description: This workshop will showcase the different ways to revise informal writing style into an academic style.
  • Time: August 1, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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2. How to Revise Run-on and Fragment Sentences. 

  • Description: This workshop practically displays how to revise run-ons and Fragment sentences through quiz-based analogies.
  • Time: August 15, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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3. Welcome Back!

  • Description: This workshop will be a fun time together, including discussions and activities.
  • Time: August 20, 2024. 6:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Lancaster

717.569.7071 ext. 5389

Teague Learning Commons 5th Level

Philadelphia

Ally Center 

AllyPhilly@lbc.edu 

215.329-5400 ext. 5752

Washington DC

AllyDC@lbc.edu

Library

Online

allycenter@lbc.edu

lbc.edu/ally