Welcome to the Writing (and thinking!) Centre
Qualified and friendly faculty tutors are available to provide assistance with your writing and with your thinking about your writing. This is a free service. You can make a face-to-face APPOINTMENT or STUDENTS TAKING ONLINE CLASSES MAY ALSO BOOK ETUTORING/ONLINE APPOINTMENTS.
CLICK HERE TO Book your appointment for face-to-face AND online appointments.
You can also DROP-IN without an appointment at the following times:
11.00 – 1.00 Mon/Fri
LOCATION: fourth floor of the library, room 474. Take the central staircase to the fourth floor (the one with all the books) and turn left.
We offer WORKSHOPS to assist with a range of writing issues. Spring 2017 schedule below.
|Thu 19 Jan, 4.00 – 5.00||Will Moore (IAS)||English Pronunciation|
|Mon Jan 23 12.00 to 1.00||Matt Finlayson||Demystifying the semi-colon|
|Mon 23 Jan, 4.00 – 5.00||Will Moore (IAS)||Analysing complex sentences|
|Tue Jan 24, 12.00 – 1.00||Bruce Cornwall (IAS)||APA citation style|
|Tue Jan 31 1.00 – 2.00||John Hill (Writing Centre)||How to read an academic article|
|Thu 2 Feb, 4.00- 5.00||Will Moore (IAS)||Using charts and graphs|
|Tue 7 Feb, 10:00-11:00||Eliza Gardiner (Theatre)||Reflective Writing: how to analyze and express personal observations|
|Wed 8 Feb 1.30 – 2.30||Cameron Hoffman-McGaw (library) and John Hill (w/Centre)||Getting to a thesis|
|Tue 14 Feb 4.00 – 5.00||John Hill (Writing Centre)||How to avoid plagiarism|
|Tue 28 Feb, 10:00-11:00||Eliza Gardiner (Theatre)||Quick Fixes: make your editing more efficient with these keyboard shortcuts|
|Wed 1 Mar 12.00 – 1.00||Cameron Hoffman-McGaw (library)||How to write a Literature Review|
|Thu 2 Mar 4.00 – 5.00||Will Moore (IAS)||Complex grammar 2 – subordinate clauses|
In the Writing Centre (library, room 474). All welcome, but it’s first come, first served, with a maximum of ten participants.