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Workshops

Winter 2016

In Writing Center workshops we tackle common writing challenges together. We learn about the topic, practice applying it, and exchange questions and answers.

Peer Review Workshops
Are you a student wanting to improve your peer review skills or an instructor interested in helping your students build these skills? To book a 50-minute classroom workshop for training in how to provide useful feedback without being experts, email the Writing Center. Check out our peer review handout and slide show.

Weekly Workshops In the Writing Center


Description: Using Specific Details
Tues. 1/19, 1:30-2:20; Wed. 1/20, 11-12:00; Thurs. 1/21, 6-7:00
Are your descriptions as dull as a rusty kitchen knife? Is your writing sinking because you don’t know what to write to keep it afloat? Learn how to spice up your sentences and be more precise in your essays.

Dialogue: Using Conversations in Your Writing
Tues. 1/26, 1:30-2:20; Wed 1/27, 11-12:00; Thurs. 1/28, 6-7:00
Learn how to write more convincing dialogue while also learning where to put punctuation, where to break paragraphs, and how to incorporate the dialogue smoothly.

The Writing Process Workshop
Tues. 2/2, 1:30-2:20; Wed 2/3, 11-12:00; Thurs. 2/4, 6-7:00
We'll work through various steps of the writing process and recommend various ways to find and develop your own way to write effectively.

What Makes a Sentence Work, Part 1
Tues. 2/9, 1:30-2:20; Wed 2/10, 11-12:00; Thurs. 2/11, 6-7:00
Join us to discuss the building blocks of the sentence. Learn to identify major parts of speech and their roles in the sentence. Understand and build three different types of sentences: simple, compound, and complex.

What Makes a Sentence Work, Part 2
Tues. 2/16, 1:30-2:20; Wed 2/17, 11-12:00; Thurs. 2/18, 6-7:00
Further work on sentence structure and punctuation, especially the wily comma. Learn about where, when, and how to use this fun and exciting punctuation mark!

Common Errors
Tues. 2/23, 1:30-2:20; Wed 2/24, 11-12:00; Thurs. 2/25, 6-7:00
Learn to find and fix common editing errors such as subject-verb agreement, tense shift, fragments, run-ons, and comma splices.

Using Sources, Part 1: Summarizing and Paraphrasing
Tues. 3/1, 1:30-2:20; Wed 3/2, 11-12:00; Thurs. 3/3, 6-7:00
Using someone else’s ideas and information along with your own? Learn to use your sources effectively and when, why, and how to document them.

Using Sources, Part 2: Quoting & Citing Your Sources
Tues. 3/8, 1:30-2:20; Wed 3/9, 11-12:00; Thurs. 3/10, 6-7:00
Let’s continue our discussion of using sources, this time with a focus on how to use quotes and how to avoid plagiarism by crediting your sources.

Resume and Cover Letter
Tues. 3/5, 1:30-2:20; Wed. 3/16, 11-12:00; Thurs. 3/17, 6-7:00
Is your resume giving you grief? Do you have cover letter conniptions? Come to this special workshop to get tips, tricks, and techniques on how to tackle these two!