We welcome faculty to spread the word about the Writing Center. Here are a few tips for faculty:
The Northeastern University Writing Center offers free and friendly tutoring and for any level of writer, including help with conceptualizing writing projects, the writing process (i.e., planning, researching, organizing, drafting, and revising), and using sources effectively. The Writing Center has two locations: 412 Holmes Hall (617-373-4549) for advance appointments and 136 Snell Library for walk-in appointments. Online appointments are also available. Hours vary by location. To make an appointment or learn more about the Writing Center visit our website at cssh.northeastern.edu/writingcenter. For writing tips and upcoming events, follow us on Facebook at NEUWritingCenter and Instragram or Twitter @NEUWrites. Questions about the Writing Center can be directed to Assistant Directors Cherice Jones at email@example.com and Taylor Robichaud at firstname.lastname@example.org or Neal Lerner, Writing Center Director, at email@example.com.
*Language adapted from University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free and friendly tutoring for the Northeastern community for any piece of writing they are working on. Tutors can help with brainstorming, planning, researching, organizing, drafting, revising, and using sources. The Writing Center has two locations: 412 Holmes Hall and 136 Snell Library. They also offer online appointments. To make an appointment, call 617-373-4549 or visit cssh.northeastern.edu/writingcenter
Here’s how to do it:
That’s it! Now your students will see a link to the Writing Center’s homepage each time they’re in your Bb course site.
Some faculty require their classes to visit the Writing Center or offer a grade boost on an assignment if they do. However, these well-intended incentives have a few consequences:
Instead, please spread the word about the Writing Center to your classes but consider not mandating students to come unless you are doing so a case-by-case basis.