Workshops

We offer free, non-credit workshops for undergrads, graduate and professional students, instructors, faculty, academic staff, and members of the Madison community. Workshops make it easy to learn and practice new and different approaches to writing—for a variety of writing situations. Browse our listings  below and sign up.

View upcoming workshops in calendar view and other current events for the Writing Center on the UW-Madison Events calendar.

Workshops for Undergraduates

Writing Processes & Support

Letters, Resumes, & Applications

Grammar & Style

Academic Writing Support

Writing with Media

Asynchronous Workshops

Asynchronous workshops are a great way to actively learn and practice your skills at your own pace. The Writing Center currently offers two Asynchronous Workshops. Access them at any time at the links below.

Intro to Plagiarism

Literature Reviews in the Sciences 

Preparing for Timed Essay Exams

Access Online Workshop Content on Kaltura

Materials from select workshops are available on our Kaltura Channel, available here:

Access Content 

Workshops for Graduate & Professional Students

Writing Processes & Support

Writing with Media

Grammar & Style

Letters, Resumes, and Applications

For Teaching Assistants & Instructors

Academic Writing Support

Are you looking for workshops that you don’t see in our listings?

Workshops for Faculty & Instructors

The Writing Across the Curriculum Program offers workshops for all levels of instructors, across all subject areas. We welcome new faculty members, long-time faculty members, and current teaching assistants at these workshops. [link to the For Instructors/Workshops page]

Request a New Workshop

Is there a workshop you’d like to see the Writing Center offer? Please send your request to reception@writing.wisc.edu.

Workshops Available Upon Request

Are you a faculty member, instructor, or program coordinator looking for a workshop for your class or group? Request a workshop or other types of class visits.