Writing_Center_Clark_Hall_Fall_08_Workshop_Topics

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SJSU WRITING CENTER Workshop Topics – Fall 2008 Dates, times, and instructors will be announced by August 29 th . For the most up- to-date workshop schedule, see our website at http://www.sjsu.edu/writingcenter/. We strongly recommend that you register in advance, as our workshops are popular and fill up quickly. If a workshop does fill to capacity, then we will have to turn away those who have not signed up in advance. Netiquette All e-mails are not created equal. An e-mail to an employer or faculty member should be written in a different style and tone than one to a friend. This workshop teaches you appropriate "net etiquette." Analyzing Essay Prompts Learn how to analyze prompts quickly and accurately for timed-writing situations. This workshop focuses solely on prompts. Our Essay Exams workshop offers tips and tricks for developing responses. Paraphrasing Paraphrasing can be both an effective way to show comprehension of an original text and an important technique to avoid plagiarism. In this workshop, we analyze and discuss effective ways to paraphrase. Participants also engage in individual and/or group practice to help them
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