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  • UW–Madison Writing Center
    iTunes U more Featured Links Grad students on Friday 11 9 you can learn tricks for developing an professional online identity The Writing Center s TA Assistant Director writes about the power of visualization Have a quick writing question You can Ask the Writing Consultant We re open Fall 2012 locations hours Make an Appointment Call our smart friendly telephone staff at 608 263 1992 or visit us in 6171

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/ (2012-11-11)
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  • Midwest Writing Centers Association 2011 Conference–University of Wisconsin, Madison
    The cutoff for reserving rooms within our hotel blocks is soon so make your reservations while special rates last Keynote Speaker We re very sorry that Professor Eric Darnell Pritchard from the University of Texas at Austin will not be able to join us as our keynote speaker and he sends his deep regrets But we re delighted that Professor Deborah Brandt from the English Department at the University of Wisconsin Madison one of the top literacy scholars in the United States has graciously agreed to speak at our Friday keynote luncheon The title of her MWCA keynote is Deep Writing Deborah Brandt s research focuses on social and economic histories of mass literacy the status of mass writing within late twentieth and early twenty first century culture and diversity equity and access in literacy learning Author of Literacy in American Lives and of Literacy and Learning she is currently working on a project called Writing Now New Directions in Mass Literacy a study that explores the ascendancy of writing as a second stage of mass literacy focusing on the impact of writing as a means of production in the American economy since about 1960 Featured Closing Speaker Professor Michele

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/mwca2011/index.html (2012-11-11)
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  • About The Writing Center; our satellite locations
    p m to 9 30 pm Starts the 3rd week of classes Location In Witte Hall off the main lobby Look for us at a table with the Writing Center Sign Sign up at the Writing Center table Instruction at the CCE satellite is first come first served Sign up early in the evening to reserve your spot Chadbourne Residential College In Rheta s Dining Hall Photo Clara Burke Hours Sunday Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 6 30 p m to 9 30 pm Starts the 3rd week of classes Location We are in Rheta s along the windows on the University Avenue side Look for the round table with the Writing Center sign Sign up at the Writing Center table Instruction at the CRC satellite is first come first served Sign up early in the evening to reserve your spot College Library First Floor Student Services Area Photo College Library Hours Sunday through Thursday 7 p m to 10 p m Starts the 3rd week of classes Location The student services area is on the first floor of College Library to the right of the entrance Sign up at the Writing Center booth Instruction at the College Library satellite is first come first served Sign up early in the evening to reserve your spot Dejope Residence Hall In the tutor room across from the Bean and Creamery coffee shop Photo Jeff Miller Hours Sunday Tuesday and Wednesday 6 30 p m to 9 30 pm Starts the 3rd week of classes Location We re in a tutor room across from the Bean and Creamery coffee shop Look for our sign Sign up at the Writing Center booth Instruction at the Dejope Hall satellite is first come first served Sign up early in the evening to reserve your spot Elizabeth Waters

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/AboutUs/SerPlaces.html (2012-11-11)
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  • About The Writing Center
    another student If you do not show up for an appointment or cancel it very late you may not be given any more appointments that semester No shows and later cancellers deny other students a chance to use the Writing Center and we take that very seriously Please help us to make the most of our resources Almost all Writing Center workshops require advance registration please register through the web page of each individual workshop Unless otherwise indicated all Writing Center workshops meet in or adjacent to 6171 Helen C White Hall Who can use your computer lab The computer lab is open during regular Writing Center hours and is available to all UW Madison students Our computer lab is also a teaching facility and will occasionally be closed for classes Keep in mind that this lab unlike the DoIT labs does not have support staff If you think you ll need a lot of computer assistance you may want to work at a different lab How can I send good old fashioned campus or US mail to the Writing Center The Writing Center Department of English 6171 Helen C White Hall University of Wisconsin Madison 600 North Park St Madison WI 53706 USA How can I schedule reschedule or cancel an appointment at the main Writing Center You may call our friendly and knowledgeable telephone staff at 608 263 1992 or visit us in 6171 Helen C White Hall 600 North Park St Madison WI During the first three weeks of classes in both the fall and spring the Writing Center s telephone is staffed Monday through Thursday 9 30 a m 5 30 p m Fridays 9 30 a m 3 00 p m From the fourth week of classes through the final week of classes and excluding breaks and holidays the Writing Center s telephone is staffed Monday through Thursday 9 30 a m 8 30 p m Fridays 9 30 a m 3 00 p m Please note that if you call this number at any other time you will hear a recorded message with basic information about the Writing Center How can I register for a Writing Center workshop Start here to learn about our Writing Center workshops You can register for a workshop on each of the individual workshop pages How can I confirm or double check my registration for a Writing Center workshop To confirm or double check your registration you may call our friendly and knowledgeable telephone staff at 263 1992 write an email How can I cancel my registration for a Writing Center workshop To cancel your registration you may fill out the registration cancellation form How can I arrange to work with a Writing Center instructor on a writing assignment You may make face to face appointments for in the main Writing Center or walk in first come first served at one of our satellite locations You may submit a draft 5 pages or less for email instruction You may

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/AboutUs/AllAboutUs.html (2012-11-11)
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  • About The Writing Center
    about the services the Writing Center offers What we cannot do over the telephone Because our telephone staff are not writing instructors they will be unable to answer questions about writing even quick ones If you need assistance with a writing project call and ask for an individual appointment or find out about instruction by email Our telephone staff no longer make workshop registrations as we ve switched to an entirely web based registration system To register for a Writing Center class go to our list of classes and follow the link for the class you d like to take If that class requires registration and most do the page will contain a brief registation form for you to fill out The Writing Center telephone number and hours The Writing Center s telephone number is 263 1992 When classes are in session the Writing Center s telephone is staffed during the following hours Monday through Thursday 9 30 a m 5 30 p m Week 1 Week 3 Monday through Thursday 9 30 a m 8 30 p m Week 4 Exam Week Fridays 9 30 a m 3 00 p m all semester Please note that if you call this number at any other time you will hear a recorded message with basic information about the Writing Center To cancel an appointment by telephone To cancel an appointment please call 263 1992 This cancellation line is available 24 hours a day If you must cancel an appointment please do so at least 24 hours in advance so that we may give that time to another student Email Services General questions about services If you have questions about any of the Writing Center s services please send email to wcenter writing wisc edu You can expect an answer within two

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/AboutUs/SerTelephone.html (2012-11-11)
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  • About The Writing Center
    E mail instruction Online chat conferences Writing Consultant At our satellite locations Telephone and email services About the Writing Center Why we re here What we can do for you Who s on staff A few things we can t do What people say about the Writing Center Workshops About Writing Center Workshops Workshops Listed Alphabetically Workshops Listed by Topic Cancel Your Registration Writing Fellows The Writer s Handbook Improving

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/AboutUs/TofC.html (2012-11-11)
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  • Individual Writing Instruction
    do Undergraduate Students New Transfer or Advanced Graduate and Professional Students Understanding assignments and expectations for academic writing Writing for specific disciplines including History Biology Psychology and Literature and many more Using sources citations quoting and paraphrasing Thesis statements paragraphing and organization Internship and study abroad applications Planning for writing longer research papers Resumes cover letters and business writing Applications for graduate and professional school scholarships Poster presentations plus many more Seminar papers Planning long term projects Revising for publication Writing and planning for preliminary qualifying exams Theses and dissertations Grant proposals Poster presentations Conference presentations CVs teaching philosophy statements and job letters Literature reviews plus many more Make the most of your visits Here s how to make the most of your visits Come early in the semester and come often Know what you want to talk about Bring anything that helps explain the assignment or project Plan time for revision Make us a regular part of your college experience Find a Writing Center location near you Main location Your main location is in 6171 Helen C White Hall You can call 608 263 1992 or stop by to make appointments up to 3 weeks in advance Choose 30 minutes for shorter papers 1 hour for longer papers Click here for more information Satellite locations You can find a satellite location close to you Your satellite locations provide drop in 30 minute tutoring sessions Show up early And often See our list of 8 locations and their hours Check our Twitter feed for satellite availability Online You have 3 online options You can e mail if you have 2 business days before your deadline Choose live chat for real time audio and video appointments For a quick question Ask the Writing Consultant Meet your Writing Center instructors Your Writing

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/Individual/index.html (2012-11-11)
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  • UW Madison Writing Center Workshops (by Topic)
    Editing for Undergraduate Multilingual Writers NEW Improving Your Paper s Flow NEW Senior Thesis Writing Groups Registration Closed Academic Writing for Graduate Professional Students Writing Literature Reviews of Published Research Writing Critical Reviews of Nonfiction Books and Articles Writing Graduate Research Proposals Developing and Delivering Conference Presentations A Dissertator s Primer Pre Proposal or Proposal Stage A Dissertator s Primer Dissertation Stage The Basics of APA Documentation Writing and Editing Strategies for Graduate Multilingual Writers NEW On the Academic Job Market Writing Statements of Teaching Philosophy Writing Statements of Current and Future Research for the Academic Job Search Writing an Effective CV Composing the All Important Cover Letter Cultivating Your Online Identity NEW Workshops for Faculty Instructional Staff and TAs Responding to and Evaluating Student Writing Designing Effective Writing Assignments Conferencing with Students about Papers in Progress Writing Recommendation Letters Applications Cover Letters Resumés Writing Resumés and Cover Letters Teach for America Preparing the Application Writing Peace Corps Application Essays Writing Proposals for Hilldale and Holstrom Research Writing Personal Statements for Law Medical and Professional School Applications Writing Application Essays and Statements of Purpose for Graduate School Section added Grammar Style Punctuation Grammar I A Review of English Grammar Grammar

    Original URL path: http://writing.wisc.edu/Workshops/index_workshops.html (2012-11-11)
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