Workshop Schedule

Various workshops are offered each quarter. Check our Facebook here page for upcoming and most recent workshops!

 


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Writing Center workshops are held in the Writing Center, Lewis 321. The Center will provide confirmation to your instructor of attendance at the end of the workshop, if you request. (No confirmation for partial attendance.)

Editing basics: Common errors and how to correct them
Thursday, October 30 | 2:30 – 3:30
Your essay is full of awesome ideas! The last thing you want is for those ideas to be obscured by errors. Finding and correcting errors may not be much fun, but it’s essential if your writing is to clearly communicate your ideas. Covers common errors that weaken writing, confuse the reader, and leave the impression of messy work.

Documentation basics: MLA
Thursday, November 6 | 2:00 – 3:00
Get an introduction to–or a refresher on–the essential elements of documenting source material using MLA documentation style. Covers the basics of listing and citing sources, up-to-date changes, information about which disciplines typically call for MLA documentation, and additional tips for writing with this system.

Documentation basics: APA
Wednesday, November 12 | 2:00 – 3:00
This workshop provides an introduction to the essential elements of documenting source material using APA documentation style. Covers the basics of listing and citing sources, up-to-date changes, information about which disciplines typically call for APA documentation, and additional tips for writing with this system.

Writing an Effective Transfer Essay (with WWU Admissions)
Thursday, November 13 | 2:00 – 3:00
What does an admissions committee look for in an application essay? What should YOU include in yours? This workshop will be led by Jeanne Gaffney from the Office of Admissions at Western Washington University, with additional tips and strategies from the Writing Center.

Editing basics: Common errors and how to correct them
Wednesday, November 19 | 2:00 – 3:00
Your essay is full of awesome ideas! The last thing you want is for those ideas to be obscured by errors. Finding and correcting errors may not be much fun, but it’s essential if your writing is to clearly communicate your ideas. This workshop will cover common errors that weaken writing, confuse the reader, and leave the impression of messy work.