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❶Comprehend assignment goals Translate instructor feedback into a revision plan Develop confidence for new writing tasks Choose assignment topics Verbalize ideas Transfer thoughts from head to hand Gain awareness of audience, situation, and purpose Organize thoughts Generate clear and concise theses Articulate informed arguments with appropriate claims and reasons Gain control of grammar and mechanics Practice paraphrase and appropriate use of research materials Understand new media presentations such as PowerPoint, video, websites, and Prezi Learn and follow APA, MLA, Chicago, and other documentation guidelines for writing While we try to accommodate walk-ins as our staffing allows, we strongly encourage students to make an appointment to ensure that their writing needs are met in a timely manner.

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During this Writers' Cafe we'll use strange-but -true scientific discoveries as a starting point a list of amazing discoveries will be provided! What happens when we cultivate an in-the-moment awareness of the body in our writing, even foregrounding the body in our process? Jennifer Lee writes essays on art and the body, some of which have appeared in Mid-American Review, Critical Quarterly, and Hotel Amerika , among others.

Jennifer Lee teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh and is the co-founder of Bloomfield Yoga. Join poets Marsha de la O and Phil Taggart in an exploration of the challenge of ending a poem. The "stay logged in" feature lasts approximately thirty days or until you either click the "Log Out" button or clear your browser's cookies.

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The Oakland University Writing Center is open to OU students, faculty, and staff in all disciplines at any stage of the writing process. The center provides writers with an interested and supportive audience of well-trained consultants who help both novice and expert writers explore ideas, revise drafts, and develop the skills to craft polished.

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Oakland University Writing Center (OUWC), Rochester, Michigan. likes. mihtorg.ga(7). The Oakland University Writing Center at the Anton/Frankel Center in Mount Clemens is closed for the winter semester. Please note that all OU students are required to visit the front desk at the Anton/Frankel Center to receive a temporary parking permit.

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The Writing Center provides a place for all University of Pittsburgh students to come to work on their writing. The Center is staffed by experienced consultants who have been trained to help others with their writing. Location. Kresge Library. Room , the Joan Rosen Writing Studio. Library Drive. Rochester, MI