In addition to providing consultations, writing groups, and writing retreats, the Writers Workshop also hosts workshops and presentations on a variety of writing-related topics throughout the fall and spring semesters.
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The Writers Workshop also visits classes, RSOs, and campus units upon request to introduce our resources or to provide a tailored, interactive presentation facilitated by one of our consultants.
Our “Introduction to the Writers Workshop” presentation is approximately 10 minutes in length and offers an overview of the key services we provide for undergraduate and / or graduate writers. We also have a short video introducing our services, which you can view on our “Consultations” page.
In addition, we’re happy to work with you to create a longer writing-related presentation to suit your needs. We can provide the presentation in-person or through Zoom or a similar platform for online courses.
To schedule a visit, please send an email to the Writers Workshop (email@example.com) and include the following information:
- Your name and contact information (email address and phone number)
- Course/group title and number of students
- Course/group meeting day, time, and location (building and room)
- Preferred date and time for the presentation, as well as at least one alternate date and time for the presentation
- Any additional information you’d like us to know about your course/group, students, and presentation topic
We will contact you via e-mail to confirm this information and to schedule a visit. Please note that we need two weeks advance notice to schedule these visits.
Past Presentations for Undergrads:
Past presentations for undergraduates have included topics such as: developing arguments, integrating and citing sources, revision and self-editing strategies, email etiquette, writing résumés, cover letters, and graduate school personal statements, and more.
Past Presentations for Graduate Students:
Past presentations for graduate students have included topics such as: writing literature reviews, organizing and staying on track with complex writing processes, incorporating feedback, composing job market materials, and more.