Please check back here at the start of the fall term to see our fall calendar of workshops.
During each semester, the Writing Center offers a variety of writing workshops for students, faculty, and staff. Below, you can find a list of upcoming workshops. Faculty who'd like to discuss creating a workshop for their students/program can contact David MacKinnon.
For Studentson Monday and Tuesday, there will be sweets and treats, a photo op to post on Instagram to be eligible for a prize, and mini-workshops for students!
For Faculty, Staff, and Administrators
On Tuesday, our Writing Center staff will be on hand to give special tours, explain the resources we can provide to all faculty and students, and answer specific questions about the center.
This workshop covers the common features of Plain English Style, including tips on constructing subject-verb-object sentence order and moving passive voice to active voice. The workshop will include a discussion of using effective subordination/coordination and transitions. We Will also have a quick review of common grammatical errors.
This workshop explains how to create a professional tone in your college assignments. We will discuss key points about understanding the required format of the work and how to maintain a professional tone through word choice and diction.
This workshop covers drafting and revising for coherence between paragraphs, and links to topic sentences, itinerary statements and conclusions.
This workshop examines types of evidence, how to find resources to use in research papers, and how to assess the quality and usefulness of the resource.
This workshop recaps briefly information from the Evidence workshop, then moves to discuss analyzing evidence and integrating it into a paper to achieve synthesis.
You can visit our YouTube channel to see our workshops from the spring 2016 semester so far.
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