CENTENARY UNIVERSITY WRITING CENTER
The Writing Collaboratory
The Writing Collaboratory opened its doors in January 2012. Writing tutoring takes on a whole new form here.
All selected consultants are highly trained as a result of taking an intensive 16-week course where they become familiar with the theoretical aspects of Writing Center pedagogy and writing instruction. Our well-trained staff is dedicated to fostering confidence and positive attitudes toward writing through comprehensive, inclusive dialogue. Our philosophy is based on the idea that creating better writers is a collaborative effort. We encourage…
- Special Education: The Best Techniques and PracticesWritten by Peer Tutor, Lexie Radzewicz Focusing on students’ abilities, not their disabilities is at the root of my thoughts and beliefs about how we should educate students with exceptionalities/students of all ability levels. This mindset is common once among the special education field. It is our responsibility as educators to encourage our students toContinue reading “Special Education: The Best Techniques and Practices”
- The Top 5 Mistakes Students Make When Writing A ResumeTHE TOP 5 MISTAKES STUDENTS MAKE WHEN WRITING A RESUME Written by CU’s Assistant Director of Career Development, Aaron Ratzan It’s hard to write a good resume. It’s easy to write a not-so-good resume. It’s also easy to make silly mistakes that will sink your resume (sometimes before anyone even reads it). To help preventContinue reading “The Top 5 Mistakes Students Make When Writing A Resume”
- A Brief Guide to Writing in the SciencesWritten by Peer Tutor, Brianna Soule Scientific writing, although an essential element of the scientific process, tends to be overlooked in undergraduate classes in order to maximize time for learning scientific concepts. Because scientific writing often does not receive the attention it deserves, determining the differences between general academic writing and scientific writing can beContinue reading “A Brief Guide to Writing in the Sciences”