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Get your APA and writing questions answered live by registering for an OASIS Live session!

OASIS Live sessions are

  • Live opportunities to get your APA and writing questions answered
  • Small-group sessions (10 students maximum)
  • 50 minutes long
  • Led by APA and scholarly writing experts

To register, log into myPASS and click on the “OASIS Live Schedule” link. If you have never used the myPASS scheduling system before, you will be prompted to register for an account first.

After registering for your OASIS Live session, log back in to myPASS at your scheduled time and click on your session to access the shared meeting space.

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Group Advising Sessions

The Walden librarians offer live group advising, with a variety of topics and open Q&A sessions where students can ask librarians questions and learn in a live group setting. These sessions occur over Zoom multiple times each week, and we are also beginning to add sessions that include writing and other academic topics.

Visit the schedule and register for sessions that work for you!

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Writing Courses for Master's Students

In our tuition-free 6-week courses on transitioning from undergraduate to graduate writing (SKIL 4000 and SKIL 6001), you will learn helpful tools for completing master’s-level course assignments. You will identify scholarly writing, critically read and evaluate sources, learn basic APA and paraphrasing skills, and practice scholarly voice.

Learn More about SKIL 4000

Learn More about SKIL 6001 (for MPH students)

Contact your Student Success Advisor today to enroll in SKIL 4000 or SKIL 6001 for the next term, which begins on to May 27, 2024.

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New Interactive Guides!

We’ve added eight new guides to our collection of interactive academic skills modules. Here are the new topics, each designed to help you with tasks that are often required in Walden assignments:

  • Write Professional Documentation 
  • Evaluate Resources 
  • Read Critically 
  • Manage Time and Navigate Priorities 
  • Outline and Organize Ideas 
  • Embrace Iterative Research and Writing 
  • Locate Assessment Instruments, Tests, and Measures 
  • Develop and Support Arguments 

Visit our Interactive Guides page to access these and many other interactive guides!

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