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The Writing Zone

The Writing Zone at Benedictine is for everyone! There are many resources available to you for writing help at every stage of the writing process: choosing a topic, brainstorming ideas, researching, drafting, revisions, editing, and finalizing.

Tips to Help Us Help You

  • Come to us with your best writing. If you come with your best, we can build your writing skills beyond where they currently are.
  • Don’t wait until the last minute. If you get a prompt for a paper and you need help, come see us right away.  If you wait until the last minute, we might not have enough time to help.
  • Remember the goal is your independence.  We will not simply fix your papers for you because we want to help you build your skills so you eventually don’t need anyone like us. It CAN happen.

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Available Video Topics

Introduction to the Writing Zone, Structure of a College Paper, Kickstart Your Writing, Plagiarism, Integrating Sources
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Coming Video Topics

Common Writing Errors, Punctuation, Language, Attitudes, Better Word Choices, Avoiding Stereotypical Language, Good Annotation, Writing Personal Statements

Video Recordings Available in the ACE D2L Group
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You CAN Learn to Write Well… Yes, you can!

Online Resources for Writing Assistance

Peer Writing Tutors

In person and online opportunities are available. Email [email protected] for more information.

Whether you are struggling with WRIT 1101, completing a term paper assigned in a course for your major, or finishing your application to medical school, we can read what you have and offer you feedback. Come to us for assistance with any stage of the writing process:

  • brainstorming
  • researching
  • drafting
  • revision
  • editing

We can also help you learn to avoid plagiarism and document according to MLA, APA, Chicago, or CSE guidelines.

If you’re interested in becoming a peer writing tutor, please contact Ms. Susan Roach.

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