Writing Center Services Announcement from the Director
Tuesday, November 04, 2014 Writing Center Services
As many of you have probably heard by now, the Writing Center and Academic Skills Center have recalibrated their services to better support student writing at Walden. In short, we are (a) adding doctoral writing workshops for capstone (premise, prospectus, and proposal) writers and (b) shifting of our paper review service to serve undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students in coursework only. This means that by the end of the year our paper review schedule will no longer accommodate capstone drafts, but all of our other services (e.g., course visits, developmental editing, Q&A support, webinars) will continue to support capstone writers.
The rationale for this change is twofold: We want to (a) reserve skill-building sessions for those students still in the formative stages of their degrees and (b) create a scalable service via the workshops to ensure that all students needing assistance at this stage can be supported (e.g., we can continue to grow our faculty to accommodate our enrollment).
While this change may be welcome to some and less so to others, I do want to remind you about all of the services we offer with the following figure.
Walden Writing Center Services
Available to All Students
Exclusive to Students Working on Their Capstones
Exclusive to Undergraduate Students
Exclusive to All PreProposal Students
* Available via the Walden Writing Center website
** Membership may be requested at email@example.com
ǂ 24-48 hours from day of appointment, exclusive to students working on their coursework
Questions or concerns can always be sent my way at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brian Timmerman is the director of the Walden Writing Center and the Academic Skills Center.
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