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Does the thought of writing make you ill? The “Write Diagnosis” can help

Do bibliographies make you queasy? Do tenses make you tense? Do your sentences seem to go on and on forever?

If so, the “Write Diagnosis” might lead to a cure. Beginning Monday, Sept. 11, the Academic Success Center will host a series of “Write Diagnosis” workshops every Monday and Thursday during the fall semester. These workshops will conclude with a final session on Thursday, Nov. 9.

During “Write Diagnosis” workshops, students can get assistance from tutors on the following topics:

  • Planning your writing assignment
  • Proofreading, revising, and editing (PRE)
  • Understanding writing assignments
  • Writing mechanics
  • Academic writing
  • Writing papers in MLA style
  • Writing papers in APA style
  • Subject-Specific Writing (e.g. technical, literature, social sciences, healthcare, and art history).

Interested students can register for “Write Diagnosis” workshops online.

For more information, contact Paula Owens at powens3@augusta.edu or 706-667-4777.

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Nick Garrett is a communications coordinator in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact him at 706-446-4802 or ngarret1@augusta.edu.

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