Welcome, course instructors! We are excited to work with you. The Center offers writing assistance for any stage of the writing process: planning, drafting, and revising; therefore, it is important for you to encourage your students to take advantage of the Center's resources throughout the semester. Besides traditional written assignments, we mentor students through projects and presentations. Our services are available in-center as well as online; you can learn about our writing sessions by exploring our webpages! Here are some additional ways that the Center can support you and your students:
Send us a copy of your assignments. You can Email digital files of your assignment sheets to email@example.com. We keep your assignments on file, so our Writing Assistants can refer to them when working with your students.
Ask us to host a presentation. Our Writing Assistants are trained to present on a variety of topics, including APA, MLA, and Chicago style; punctuation; paraphrasing; literature reviews; and transitions. If you would like us to present on a certain aspect of writing, we can create a presentation that is specifically designed for your course. If your class meets off-site or online, we can virtually host a presentation via Blackboard Collaborate.
Bring classes in for a visit. Acquaint your on-campus and off-site students with the Writing Center, its services, and its staff. We will gladly show your students the resources that are available to them and explain what to expect if they come to the Center for a session. If your class meets off-site or online, we can offer a virtual tour of the Center via Blackboard Collaborate.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please send us an Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. A final note, we are in the process of developing the Writers' Resources page. If you have any handout, tutorial or presentation suggestions, please let us know.