Tutoring sessions are held in 2 ways:
- Face-to-face inside the Writing Center in Elizabeth Hall.
- Online in Google Chat through your student Gmail inbox.
Drop-in Sessions Are Face to Face or Online in Real-Time
- Log in to your student Wildcat Mail Gmail account, and start an email or Chat session with us at email@example.com.
- We will answer you & help you to get going.
- Share your paper with us in Google Docs so that you and the tutor can see the paper together. You can see and hear each other through Google Meet video; we'll show you how.
Austin describes how to start a Hangouts and Share a document for review together.
Appointment Sessions Are Face to Face or Online in Real-Time
Schedule an appointment to meet with a writing tutor to go over your paper or project.
Select Ogden Writing Center from the drop-down list.
At the time of your appointment, the tutor will use Chat to help you share your paper and to start the video call.
Click Accept in the pop-up window on your email screen to get started.
*If you have access to a computer but not to a camera, we can possibly hold the online session over the phone and through the Chat feature while looking at the paper together.
Online Paper Review
- Submit a paper online for feedback for any class or project.
- We will send your paperback within a few days. This option is not available for ENGL 0900 and 0955.
Hours to get tutoring face to face and online
Mon. - Thurs. 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Fri. - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hours to get tutoring online only
Wed. 7:00 am - 8:00 am
Wed. 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Sat. 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
- Monday, Sept. 6: Closed
- Wednesday, Nov. 24: Closed
December Finals Week:
- Elizabeth Hall, Room 210
- Virtually via contacting us by either email or starting a chat with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get the Most out of a Writing Center Tutoring Session
- Plan your time, coming in early in the writing process and leaving yourself time to revise. You may also want one or more follow-up sessions, and planning well allows you time to revise well and edit well.
- Bring a description of the assignment, if available, and be familiar with your professor’s expectations.
- Unless you are seeking a brainstorming session, bring a copy of your most recent draft of your paper or digital project. Also, our printers are available to print works to be tutored, and you can open your Adobe projects on our computers.
- Let the tutor know what you are most concerned about, and be sure to ask questions. This relationship is meant to support your ability to compose and revise with confidence and skill.
- If you make an appointment, be certain to arrive 5-10 minutes early in order to get the nearest available tutor to your time slot. Arriving even one minute late means losing the appointment slot, but you can still get in line for a drop-in session.
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