The WRC is closed during Summer. Please visit the LAC webpage for assistance.
Citation Guides and Resources:
Depending on your professor or field of study, a specific citation style may be required when citing your sources. These are guides created by the library on the most commonly used citation styles.
In addition to the citation handouts, Purdue Owl gives an expanded guide and explanation on each citation style and more:
|The Purdue Owl Writing Lab|
Assemblages Past Publications:
- English faculty and student tutors provide one-on-one and small group writing assistance for all disciplines
- Half-hour conferencing sessions
- Help with any writing process
- Creating thesis statements
- Evaluating and using research
- Formatting, citing, creating bibliographies
- Revising for fluidity and coherence
- English faculty will not edit but may help with global grammar weaknesses interfering with coherence
Spring 2020 Location and Hours:
- Faculty Tutoring: Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Student Tutoring: Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
What do students BRING to a WRC conference?
- Copy of the writing assignment or prompt
- Relevant supporting materials
- Handouts, notes, texts
- Student models or samples
- Formatting examples or requirements
Schedule of Instructors:
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WRC Lab Coordinators:
Tom Callinan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Koger: email@example.com