The writing center offers workshops for UD students on writing-related topics. Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome. Workshops are held in the Morris 017 writing center location.
Register for a workshop: https://goo.gl/forms/9fKjE983pCxhErRw2
The Spring 2018 Workshop Series will include:
March 21st @ 4:00: Revising Like a Pro (Rescheduled for April 4 @ 4:00)
So you've got a first draft. Great! Just getting words on the page is a big part of writing a paper, but it's not the final step! In this workshop, Writing Center pros will share some of their favorite revision strategies and help you apply them to your own works-in-progress. Make sure to bring a draft!
March 22nd @ 1:00: Finding your Voice!
What does it mean to have a "voice" in writing? This workshop will help students to understand the expectations for academic writing while giving them space to explore their unique interests. Writers struggling with crafting a thesis statement will leave with skills for framing their arguments more effectively. In short, they will learn strategies for recognizing and expressing their voice!
April 5th @ 3:00: Getting Started and Building Momentum
Do you find the blank page intimidating? You're not alone! Even experienced writers struggle when faced with the blank page. This workshop is designed to help students overcome this roadblock and build some writing momentum! Through a scaffolded series of writing activities, writers will leave this workshop with helpful strategies for jump-starting their works-in-progress.
April 12th @ 1:00: Presenting Confidently and Effectively
Have a presentation coming up? Unsure of where to begin? This workshop will help you present confidently, creatively, and coherently. Speakers will leave this session with the tools to create an effective PowerPoint. Remember, presenting doesn't have to be terrifying!