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Paper 2: Major Questions

Scholarship in writing center studies seems to revolve around the four big questions: what, where, why, and how. In this paper, I will tackle the two seemingly simple questions of… 1,981 more words

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We dare you not to smile: Sept. 25

Clearly we are fans of all things related to writing and grammar. So it comes as no surprise that we just can’t stop watching this video. 59 more words


Finding Your Own Style

If you are a student who has ever made an appointment with me in the writing center you’re familiar with the following comments: “wordy,” “passive voice,” and “awkward.” If you haven’t made an appointment with me in the writing center you’re still probably familiar with this kind of feedback. 1,130 more words

Almost There

“This is how you do it: you sit down at the keyboard and you put one word after another until it’s done. It’s that easy, and that hard.” -Neil Gaiman…

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PAB Entry 2: What & Where

Bruffee, Kenneth. (1984). Peer Tutoring and “the conversation of mankind.”  In G. A Olsen (Ed.), Writing centers: Theory and administration (pp.3-15). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. 1,275 more words

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5 Things That Happen During a Writing Center Appointment

I’m an English major and I love writing, editing, and revising, but let’s be honest, going to a college writing center is about as helpful and fun as hitting your head against a wall repeatedly. 208 more words


Writing Center Update

Fall 2014 Writing Center Hours

Johnson Hall Room 119D (Through Room 223)
Monday – Thursday: 10am-4pm
Friday: 10am-1pm

Morgan Library Room 171
Sunday – Thursday: 6pm-8pm… 275 more words

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