2016-2017 Workshop dates forthcoming!
For additional questions, please contact Dr. Katie Manthey, firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-917-5381.
Steps for Online Tutoring (For Graduate and Fleer Students)
The Writing Center has set up online tutoring for graduate and Fleer students who are unable to meet face-to-face. Although this is available, it is strongly encouraged that you schedule an in-house session. Please follow the steps below to submit a paper via email:
- Send your written piece to Dr. Katie Manthey email@example.com via email attachment. Make your subject line say Online Submission. Please include the following information in your message: a) Your name, b) Course section, c) Instructor’s name, d) Description of the assignment, e) Questions or concerns about your paper. If possible, tell us which parts of the paper you’d especially like for the tutor to review.
- Once your paper is assigned to a tutor, you will receive a confirmation email. After the tutor reads your paper, you will then receive another response via email. Responses often include electronic notes in the margins of your document or within the document.
- Most papers will be reviewed within twenty-four hours. For longer papers (ten+ pages), please allow up to forty-eight hours.
- If for some reason your paper requires in-house tutoring, you will be notified via email immediately.
Note: It is best to send your requests for online tutoring at least a week in advance.
Below are links to writing sources that will come in handy throughout your academic and professional career. Use any and/or all and feel free to send new and useful sites to the Writing Center!
- Diana Hacker’s webpage
- Papers: Expectations, Guidelines, Advice, and Grading
- Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students
- Online Writing Lab at Purdue
- Guide to Grammar and Writing
- UNC Writing Center Handout and Links
- UNC Writing Demos: Online Walk-Through to Aid in Writing
- Dave’s ESL Café
- Online Writing Lab at Purdue (for ESL students)
- Duke's Writing Studio: Writing for Specific Disciplines
- University of Wisconsin Writing Center Handbook
BECOME A TUTOR
Apply to become a writing tutor
All Writing Center tutors are work-study students. If you are interested in a Writing Center position, you may obtain an application from Dr. Katie Manthey at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not qualify for work-study, but would like to work in the center, please speak with Dr. Richardson about possible internship or independent study options.