Summer 2019 Workshops

For All Paraphrasing Like a Pro: How to Successfully “Use Your Own Words”—NEW! Tuesday, July 16, 3:30-5:00 Do you struggle to convey information from sources in your own words?  Are you not sure when to paraphrase?  This workshop will introduce paraphrasing techniques and show you how to effectively embed paraphrased material from any source (such…

Meet with Us

To schedule an individual consultation at the main Writing Center in 6171 Helen C. White Hall, you will need to set up an account through our scheduling software, UW-Madison WCOnline, and then you can make your own appointments. It’s easy to do! Are you a currently enrolled UW-Madison Undergraduate, Graduate, Professional, or Special Student? To…

Bibliography CS/CR

To Learn More about the Theories Guiding Our Approach to Simulations as Part of Tutor Education Selected Publications about Situated Learning Gee, James Paul. “The New Literacy Studies: From ‘Socially Situated’ to the Work of the Social.” Situated Literacies: Reading and Writing in Context. Ed. David Barton, Mary Hamilton, and Roz Ivanič. London: Routledge, 2000.…

Workshops Recommended for Faculty/Academic Staff

Workshops are open to currently enrolled UW-Madison students, staff and faculty, and are offered free of charge. To register for a workshop, please fill out the registration form accessible through the link at the bottom of each individual workshop’s description page. You will receive a confirmation email for your registration as soon as you register.…

Workshops for Graduate and Professional Students

Workshops are open to currently enrolled UW-Madison students, staff and faculty, and are offered free of charge. To register for a workshop, please fill out the registration form accessible through the link at the bottom of each individual workshop’s description page. You will receive a confirmation email for your registration as soon as you register.…