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  • RWS Meet with a Graduate Research-Writing Assistant | Western Libraries
    of our Graduate Research Writing Assistants We know that you are busy so we are happy to meet you at a time and place that is convenient to you Please fill out this request form and we ll set up a time for you to work with a Graduate Research Writing Assistant Name Email Please use your WWU email Graduate Program Department Topic for Meeting Understanding an assignment Choosing a topic and inquiry question Finding additional sources Evaluating the sources already gathered Writing a thesis statement Organizing ideas Understanding grammar rules Citing and documenting sources Other please explain in Additional Information at bottom of form Upload a draft optional You may choose to upload a draft before your meeting Files must be less than 2 MB Allowed file types pdf doc docx Availability for Meetings Please list all times Preferred Meeting Space Research Writing Studio Zoe s Bookside Bagels Your graduate office or lounge please indicate in Additional Information below Other please indicate in Additional Information below Additional Information If you selected Other above or if there is anything else we should know please tell us here I confirm that I am a graduate student at WWU Yes I am

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/rws/forms/grad-student-appointment-request (2016-02-01)
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  • RWS Thesis Partner Sign-Up | Western Libraries
    when you don t have to If you sign up for a thesis partner you will be matched up with a Graduate Research Writing Assistant who will aid you along in the process meeting with you to discuss your thesis progress whenever you re stuck Signing up as a Thesis Partner requires no obligation on your part you meet when it s convenient for you Please fill out the following form to let us know you are interested in learning more about Thesis Partners Name E mail Graduate Program Department What stage of the thesis process are you currently in All I know is that I have to write a thesis at some point I m currently working on my thesis proposal My proposal has been accepted but I haven t started my research or writing yet I m currently collecting thoughts and my research and will begin writing soon I m part way through a draft of my thesis I ve written a full draft of my thesis but it needs a lot of work I m defending my thesis soon so I need to polish my thesis What is your availability for setting up an initial meeting to

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/rws/forms/thesis-partner-sign-up (2016-02-01)
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  • RWS Syllabus Blurb | Western Libraries
    Writing Studio Below you will see information that you can copy and paste directly to your syllabus Feel free to use as much or as little as you like Research Writing Studio The Research Writing Studio is a vibrant collaborative environment for students engaged in the research and writing process At the Studio staff are on hand to help you realize your own potential as a scholar by providing you with feedback and strategies for every stage of the research and writing process Use the Studio in person at Haggard Hall behind STC or online at www wwu edu rws Stuck in the brainstorming process They will provide fun tips to get the ideas rolling Lost for a thesis or organizing scheme They will help you try outlining with stickies or mapping with markers Troubled with too many too few or not the right sources They will dive into databases to sleuth sources Puzzled by grammar and citations They will help you spot and edit patterns of error and teach you to manage citations in any style Working in a group They will provide not only space and equipment but also mediation for negotiating everyone s goals Require accommodation They

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/rws/forms/syllabus-blurb (2016-02-01)
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  • Research-Writing Workshops Request | Western Libraries
    research based writing and span critical junctures in the inquiry composing process Getting Started workshop offered Jan 11 Feb 5 Students will gain and practice strategies for analyzing assignments developing a topic framing an inquiry question and initiating a search for relevant sources Finding Using Sources workshop offered Feb 1 Feb 26 Students will gain and practice strategies for choosing and using the most appropriate sources by mapping them around a central inquiry question and related sub questions with rhetorical purpose Revising Editing workshop offered Feb 22 Mar 11 Students will gain and practice revision strategies for developing and organizing ideas as well as proofreading strategies for making appropriate stylistic choices and following appropriate conventions including those for documenting sources If you have any questions about these workshops or would like to know if they would be a good fit for your course please email LearningCommons wwu edu before completing this form Name Email Course This course is a Writing Proficiency course WP CCOM GUR Other Note Scheduling priority given to WP and CCOM GUR courses Which workshops would you like for your course Select all that apply Getting Started Finding Using Sources Revising Editing Note See workshop descriptions at

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/rws/forms/workshop-request (2016-02-01)
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  • RWS Class Visit request | Western Libraries
    Studio to come talk to your class about the services we offer Fill out this form and we ll email you back to let you know when we ve schedule someone from our staff to visit your classroom The visit lasts approximately 10 minutes during which time the representative from the Studio will Introduce the academic support services offered by the Research Writing Studio Explain how to use the Research Writing Studio both in person and online Answer student questions Name Email Course Number Example ENG 101 Requested Date of Visit Month Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Year Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Please select a date at least a week in advance Requested Time of Visit Hour Hour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Minute Minute 00 10 20 30 40 50 am pm Select the time that you want our Studio staff member to arrive at your classroom to introduce

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/rws/forms/class-visit-request (2016-02-01)
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  • Using Western Libraries | Western Libraries
    Western Libraries In this lesson you will learn to get the most out of Western Libraries and Learning Commons Click the photos to launch an interactive slideshow tour of each area of Western Libraries and Learning Commons In slideshow hover over images to review embedded information about each image Wilson Library Tour Learning Commons Tour Find Materials in the Library Haggard Hall Tour Heritage Resources Tour LIT Feedback Tell us

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/lit/virtual-tour (2016-02-01)
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  • Digitization of Artists' Works | Western Libraries
    Collection Microform Collections Mongolian Studies New Items at Western Libraries Non Library Collections Northwest Collection PoetryCHaT Video Collection Western CEDAR SERVICES Key Services Check out laptops Community Members Borrowing Copyright Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Washington Rural Heritage Grant Award Thanks to a 5 000 Washington Rural Heritage Grant Western Libraries will be digitizing the correspondence photographs sketches and papers of three prominent Pacific Northwest artists Guy Anderson Charles Stokes and Louis Mideke Once digitized this content will be added to Heritage Resources digital collections as well as the Washington Rural Heritage website making these materials publicly available for use in research teaching and private study Julia Sapin chair of Western s Art department noted the significance of obtaining the Anderson materials Guy Anderson was a leading figure in the Northwest School of painting and drew attention to this region through his form of

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/node/16899 (2016-02-01)
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  • Special Collection Donated to Western | Western Libraries
    Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries New Collection Features Doris Burn Artwork Manuscripts Siblings Skye Lisa and Mark Burn introduce Librarian Sylvia Tag to a portfolio of Doris Burn s drawings that now form part of the collection donated to Western Libraries Western Libraries has received a new collection of materials from noted children s author and illustrator Doris Burn A long time resident of the San Juan Islands Doris Wernstedt Burn authored and illustrated the 1965 classic Andrew Henry s Meadow which won the Washington Governor s Art Award Burn also wrote The Summerfolk and The Tale of Lazy Lizard Canyon and served as illustrator for a range of children s works that are included in and documented through this donation Examples of some of the books and materials that are now part of the new collection The collection is a gift from the Burn family to Western Washington University via the Doris Burn Legacy LLC and contains first edition copies of children s works written or illustrated by Burn manuscripts and original artwork prepared for titles including Andrew Henry s Meadow and a number of unpublished and hitherto unseen manuscripts and drawings This donation allows us to preserve the work and legacy of

    Original URL path: https://www.library.wwu.edu/node/16439 (2016-02-01)
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