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Claire Brnjac

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I’ve been at the OLC for eight great months as a Lead Editor, and I wanted to use a selection of content from my time here that really stuck with me. Without further ado: 

Accepting Feedback and Learning to Take Criticism

For my first pick, I picked one of Terae’s blog posts that I really enjoyed. It’s about learning how to take criticism and using it to your advantage. 

The Library: More Than Just for Studying

My second pick is one of Luis’ pieces about how the library can become more than a necessary evil in your time at SFU. Since this article was published, I found myself at the library more often than naught, using his advice. 

Building Relationships During Your Co-op at Home

I started my co-op term at the OLC at home, and these tips, provided by Nicole, helped me forge the relationships I have here. 

The Big Leap: The Transition from Being a Student to Working a 9-5

Another helpful article about transitioning from being a student to working full time, and how to help with the associated challenges that may arise from that. 

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Claire Brnjac

Communication, Art + Technology › Communication
Co-operative Education › Local Co-op
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Accepting Feedback and Learning to Take Criticism

Taking and implementing criticism is a difficult but important part of professional life. Read on to see how to make it easier on yourself when you get a bad review.

Victoria Cottell
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Building Relationships During Your Co-op at Home

Starting my first co-op work term from home was not ideal. How was I supposed to make meaningful connections with those around me… when they weren’t physically around me?  

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The Big Leap: The Transition from Being a Student to Working a 9-5

Close to graduating or just want to know what the transition from being a student to working full-time is like? Check out Simran’s post about some of the challenges she faced due to her student habits and how she overcame them!

Luis Arce Diaz
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The Library: More Than Just for Studying

Want a little more out of your university experience? Here’s why studying at the library is the best way to make the most out of your time at SFU academically and socially.