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What is the difference between revision, edting, and proofreading? When should I use each of these?

How do I structure a college essay?

Most college papers need a thesis that argues a point that can be proven or demonstrated with evidence in the paper. Use this worksheet to help see if  the paper has the points, evidence, and analysis to prove the thesis: Structure of an Essay.

Making appointments with Writing Faculty

<p>To Meet with Writing Program Faculty</p>To Meet With Writing Program Faculty and staff, you'll want to plan ahead when possible and schedule appointments with us via our computer based scheduling system,

Drop-in Writing Tutoring in CTLR and in the Five Commons  begins the second week of the fall and spring semesters.

Meet with a faculty or peer writing tutor

To meet with Writing Faculty, you'll want to plan ahead when possible and schedule appointments using the computer based s

Frequently requested downloads by student writers

 


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Peer Writing Tutors

Drop-in peer writing tutoring begins the second week of the fall and spring semesters. Drop-in Peer Writing Tutors are available for writing tutoring sessions:

7:30 pm - midnight Sunday through Thursday
(except during school vacations)

Faculty Writing Tutors

Middlebury College students may meet with faculty writing tutors at any stage of the writing process. To schedule an individual appointment with the Writing Program faculty use AccuTrack or drop by the CTLR (Library 225). Plan ahead by making appointments in advance.

Writing and Academic Mentor for FYS

The Writing and Academic Mentor for First-Year Seminars (FYSM) serves as a mentor and writing tutor for first-year students, assisting them with writing and oral presentation skills, time and project management. The Mentor can work with students individually or in groups, either during class time or outside of class, for up to 60 hours over the course of the semester.  The Mentors will be trained, supervised, and paid by CTLR. To learn more about the program contact:

The Program for Writing and Rhetoric in the Disciplines promotes the use of writing both in students' learning and in their ability to communicate what they have learned.