Writing Plus 2017-2018

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Here is a list of links to writing workshops and much more

  1. The full schedule for writing work shops is available at Writing Plus 2017-2018
  2. Students can find information about college writing centres at http://writing.utoronto.ca/writing-centres/arts-and-science/. The teaching approach of the college writing centres is described at http://writing.utoronto.ca/writing-centres/learning/.
  3. The home page for the website “Writing at the University of Toronto” is http://writing.utoronto.ca. You can use the navigation bar or the search function to find pages relevant to your course. Students will benefit from your recommendations.
  4. More than 60 Advice files on all aspects of academic writing are available at http://advice.writing.utoronto.ca. A complete list of printable PDF versions are listed at http://advice.writing.utoronto.ca/student-pdfs/.
  5. You may in particular want to refer students to “How Not to Plagiarize” and other advice on documentation format and methods of integrating sources; these are listed in the section at http://advice.writing.utoronto.ca/using-sources/.
  6. Please refer students to the Writing Plus workshop series, described at http://writing.utoronto.ca/writing-plus/. A flyer for this series is attached.
  7. Information about the English Language Learning program (ELL) is available at http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/advising/ell.
  8. Other activities include:
    • the Communication Cafe, which meets weekly at four different times and locations for the first five weeks of each term for practice with oral skills like class discussion and presentations
    • Reading eWriting, an online program that helps students engage course readings more effectively.  You can also find further instructional advice files for students and for classroom instruction on this site. For more information, please contact the ELL Coordinator.
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