Writing Resources hosts workshops on a variety of subjects related to writing. Consultants hold these workshops intermittently throughout the semester in the Center for Transformative Learning, which is located on the third floor of the Stephenson Building.
Consultants can also come to your class to give workshops or presentations on writing subjects, including a basic overview of Writing Resources and the services we provide. Below is a working list of workshops and presentations available through Writing Resources:
- What is Writing Resources?
- Transitions: Building Bridges with your Writing
- APA Style/MLA Style/Chicago
- Transition to College Writing
- Email Etiquette (Netiquette)
- Techniques Incorporating Sources
- Techniques in Brainstorming
- Speech Outlines and Content
- How to Unpack an Assignment
- Writing an Effective Paragraph
- Grammar Workshops
- Techniques in Avoiding Plagiarism
- Creating Effective Prezi and PowerPoint Presentations
- Study Skills for Surviving the Semester
- Writing the Introduction
- Writing the Conclusion
This is not an exhaustive list of topics. If you would like a consultant to give a workshop or presentation on a writing-specific subject, we can craft one for you and your class.
Scheduling a Workshop for your Class
If you would like a consultant to give a presentation or workshop in a class, please let us know one week prior to the day of the visit. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an in-class workshop or presentation. Please provide specific details regarding the subject on which you would like us to focus, and provide any supporting information, such as syllabi, assignment, prompts, or examples, that would help us provide the best possible service to your students.
If you would like to bring your class to the Center for a workshop or presentation, please contact Jennifer Marciniak, Coordinator of Writing Resources, to discuss scheduling options. You can reach her at x3233 or email@example.com.