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Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center
Monday, January 8, 2018 - Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Enrollment: Unlimited: Advance sign-up required
Sign-up by 01/08
Attendance: Repeating event, participants welcome at any session
The professional communication experts at the WCC@MIT (the Writing and Communication Center) will continue to offer free consultations and advice about writing course papers, theses and dissertations; oral presentations (e.g., conference talks); slide design; poster presentations, English as Second Language, and about any writing issue, including but not limited to writing strategically, creating effective arguments, finding a topic, generating ideas, turning data into a story, understanding a particular genre, overcoming writer’s block, improving grammar, crafting effective sentences and paragraphs, organizing ideas, using evidence, and analyzing audiences. We can help with all of the following: all types of technical writing; grant proposals; theses and dissertations in all departments; job, graduate and med school application essays and personal statments; research and teaching statements; resumes and CVs; conference talks; articles for publication; book proposals and chapters; papers for any course; and creative writing. We also offer help on pronunciation and oral communication. The WCC is open throughout IAP. You must be registered with our online scheduler. Go to https://mit.mywconline.com to register and to schedule appointments. Open to MIT undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, faculty, staff, spouses and partners, visiting scientists and scholars. The WCC@MIT is now located in building E18-233 at 50 Ames Street.
Sponsor(s): Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Writing and Communication Center
Contact: Steven Strang, E18-233 B, 617 253-4459, SMSTRANG@MIT.EDU