Before Visiting the Writing Center, Students Will Know:
That one-on-one help is available for writing
How to schedule an appointment
When Visiting the Writing Center, Students Will Demonstrate:
Preparedness by planning for their tutorial session and arriving with relevant materials
Self-reliance by identifying which phase of the writing process they are in, which writing skills they wish to work on, and which portions of their writing they wish to focus on during the tutorial session
Problem solving/creative-thinking ability by identifying the main points of discussion raised during the tutorial session to plan the next steps in the writing process
After Visiting the Writing Center, Students Will Have Increased Their:
Understanding of writing as a process that usually requires multiple drafts
Rhetorical knowledge of how to write for different audiences, situations, and purposes
Ability to address local- and global-level issues involved in writing
Confidence in completing a range of writing tasks
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