March Webinar Update
Thursday, March 02, 2017 APA , Flow , Grammar and Mechanics , Paragraphs , Paraphrasing , Scholarly Writing , webinars , Writing Center ServicesHi there, students! For March we have some more informative webinars for you. Read on to see what to expect (and when) this month.
For those of you who may not be familiar, webinars are hour-long interactive lectures which are recorded. If you attend live, you can interact with the exercises throughout and ask questions for real-time responses! Otherwise, you can watch our webinar recordings through our archive.
This month we have some old favorites about grammar, paraphrasing, APA, and a brand new webinar!
Practical Skills:Paraphrasing Source Information - Thursday, March 2, 7-8:00 pm ET
In this hands-on webinar, you’ll first learn what successful paraphrasing is and then practice paraphrasing to ensure you are developing this essential academic writing skill.
Mastering the Mechanics Part 2: Compound & Complex Sentence - Tuesday, March 7, 1-2:00 pm ET
Attend this in-depth webinar to brush up on your grammar skills or learn new ones about compound and complex sentence structure.
Synthesis and Thesis Development - Monday, March 13, 2-3:00 pm ET
Synthesis and thesis statements are central to academic writing; ensure you develop these components successfully in your writing with our tips.
NEW! Successfully Writing Doctoral Capstone Abstracts - Thursday, March 23, 1-2:00 pm ET
Learn the Writing Center’s tips for successfully writing the abstract in your doctoral capstone. We recommend this webinar for doctoral capstone students.
APA Formatting & Style: Beyond Citing Sources - Wednesday, March 29, 6-7:00 pm ET
Learn APA’s formatting and word choice rules to help you succeed in your writing! This webinar will cover topics like passive voice, anthropomorphism, headings, and number rules.
If you can’t make it to these live presentations, check out our webinar archive
The Walden Writing Center provides information and assistance to students with services like live chat, webinars, course visits, paper reviews, podcasts, modules, and the writing center webpages. Through these services they provide students assistance with APA, scholarly writing, and help students gain skills and confidence to enhance their scholarly work.