Make a one-on-one appointment with one of the Writing Center’s writing instructors, who will review essay drafts, discussion posts, annotated bibliographies, or other written course materials.Writing instructors provide students with writing feedback that is nondirective and that focuses first on grammar, clarity, organization, paragraphing, and idea development as well as overall cohesion and synergy.
Take advantage of the Writing Center’s live chat times. During our chat hours, writing instructors provide quick answers to questions about academic writing, APA style and citation guidelines, writing process, word choice, sentence structure, and general grammar.
Keep up with the Writing Center’s blog on all writing-related topics, from discussion posts to essay flow.
The writing center provides brief overviews for many common course assignments.These overviews provide links to helpful resources to aid you in completing your drafts.
These guides, created by the Walden Library, provide additional and specific information that may aid you in your research process.
Just like our option to contact the writing instructors, the Walden Library also gives students with the ability to contact campus librarians.
These modules provide all of the needed information to avoid plagiarism during your time here at Walden University.They also provide additional links and resources to clarify different forms of plagiarism such as intentional, unintentional and self-plagiarism.
The provides specific information on outlining, which may save students time on their first drafts, allowing them to spend more time focusing on the in-depth aspects of their assignment.
The Writing Center believes in providing students with multiple different ways to get their paper started.If outlining doesn’t work for you, you may find our pre-writing techniques helpful.
Brainstorming is a great way to avoid writers block.Here at the writing center we provide you with multiple different techniques to beat writers block.
The organization of ideas is something that a writer not only needs to address during their drafting period, but also during their revision period.