The mission of the Walden Writing Center’s faculty support is to provide personalized training, advice, and resources that assist Walden faculty members in effectively communicating scholarly writing guidance to their students, which supports improved student and faculty experience, progress to degree completion, and development of strong scholar-practitioners.
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Cut-and-Paste Announcement: Doctoral Capstone Kits
The Writing Center has a collection of kits to help students when writing a doctoral capstone, and those can be found here: http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/formandstyle/kits. The kits correspond to the different stages of this process and are as follows: Preproposal Kit, Proposal Kit, Final Study Kit, Form and Style Kit, and Post-Graduation. The Writing Center staff has curated its most helpful resources for students at each stage, so this is a helpful resource if you’re not sure where to start.
Writing Tip of the Month: Citations and References Terminology
Welcome to the Writing Center Toolbox for Faculty! I'm Amber Cook, the Writing Center's Associate Director of Faculty Outreach and Support. In this role, I receive frequent questions and requests from faculty who need strategies to help support Walden writers. This toolbox contains resources developed by the Writing Center for this purpose, along with resources developed by your fellow faculty members. Can't find what you need? Want to request a resource? Contact me any time at email@example.com.