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HIS 1380 Contemporary America & the World: Citing

Writing Lab

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Walk-In Hours:

Monday             10am-6pm

Tuesday            10am-8pm

Wednesday       12pm-6pm

Thursday           12pm-6pm

Friday                12pm-4pm

Writing Lab Email:

Email (writinglab@grace.edu) your paper along with the specific description of the assignment.  We will comment on the paper in regards to purpose, organizational structure, internal organization, format, and patterns of grammatical error.

Writing Lab Purpose

The goal of the Writing Lab is to equip students with the communication tools necessary to develop stronger academic writing.  Tutors do not correct, revise or edit student writing.  They aim to guide and empower students toward becoming better independent writers.  The Writing Lab offers student-to-student help to all students desiring help with writing, including ESL tutoring.  All services are offered at no cost to students.

The Writing Lab is available to students from any discipline for help with any stage of the writing process.

Tutors focus on assignment fulfillment, content, organization, and areas for which suggestions on improvement can be made.

The Writing Lab does not proofread papers; tutors help students learn how to recognize problems or errors and self-edit.  Help is available with MLA, APA and other formatting as well as with grammar skills.

Writing resources (style/formatting manuals) and skills software are also available.

Chicago/Turabian Resources

Subject Guide

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Contact:
Morgan Library, Room 204
574.372.5100 x6291
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