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Achievement Unlocked: Positive Feedback Received on Writing Center Modules

Dear Writers. We are quite proud of the resources we create for our Walden writers, and from time to time on the blog we share some of those resources with you. A while back, we shared one of our most interactive, learner-centered with you: Our Writing Center Modules on Avoiding PlagiarismLearning APA Style, and Practicing Grammar Skills. We're excited to share these resources with you again because of the great feedback we've been getting since that first post in February.

Writing Center Modules Title Page
Writing Center Modules
Take a look at our Modules homepage to start exploring this one in a kind resource

Here's how it works. Start by taking the premodule quiz to find out your areas of need. Then, move through the tutorials, focusing on the resources that appeal most clearly to your learning style. After you've completed the tutorials at your pace, then take the postmodule quiz and see how you did. And, since we believe in rewarding a job well done, you can also obtain your certificate of completion upon finishing.
Here are the four steps you can complete to self-guide through a module
Here's The Process for Completing a Writing Center Module  

Based on our assessment, students who complete these Modules show high levels of skill in the topic areas, confidence in their writing, and satisfaction with these learning tools. We've created a handy infographic with our data so you can see for yourself. And we're not the only ones who noticed. Recently, these Writing Center Modules won an Effective Practice Award from the Online Learning Consortium (we'll post more about that on the Blog soon).

Let us know what you think!

The Walden University Writing Center is committed to helping students develop as writers. Our staff of dedicated professionals supports students in building and applying their writing skills as scholars, practitioners, and agents of positive social change.

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  1. Thank you for your information I promise to keep in touch with you.

    1. Thank you for reading, Horace! We would love to hear from you anytime.