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Webinars: Overview & Calendar

Webinar Calendar

 
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All Writing Center webinars are free for Walden students to attend. Students can attend as many webinars as they are able and would like to join.

Featured Webinar Recording

Building & Organizing Academic Arguments

As a scholar, the purpose of your writing is to create an argument for the reader to consider. Thus, you also need to know how to convey that argument in a persuasive, convincing way.

In this session, discover how to construct an academic argument as well as how to present it through your writing in with a focus on thesis statementsorganizationusing evidence, and paraphrasing.

Watch the webinar recording!

Live & Recorded Webinars

Writing Center webinars teach APA guidelines and writing skills for all Walden students, along with webinars specifically for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral capstone students. Webinars offer live writing instruction, as well as an opportunity for students to connect via Q&A and chatting with staff and other Walden students, and each webinar is recorded for later viewing.

Students can attend our 1-hour, free webinars in two ways:

Live: Attend the session with your peers so you can participate in chats, polls, and ask questions. Check the schedule for upcoming webinars.

Recorded: All webinars are recorded so you can watch them at your convenience. Peruse the Recording Archive to find over 50 webinar recordings.

Learn more about attending webinars and watching their recordings on our Technical Information page. If you have questions at any point let us know at wcwebinars@waldenu.edu.

Attendee Conduct

We welcome all student perspectives from webinar attendees. Attendees are free to ask questions and respond to one another during chat activities in a respectful manner, in accordance with Walden University's Code of Conduct. To help maintain a productive learning environment, we reserve the right to remove an attendee from a webinar if their questions or comments are not consistent with our professional conduct expectations.