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Follow these instructions:Information on introducing students to the new online version of _Writer's Workbench_:When firstaccessing the on-line version of WWB, open a web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge) on virtuallyany system that works with browsers(iPad, Chromebook, Mac, or Windows system) and gotoand click on the blue Login button (upper right). Then, click on the"Register Now" button.Important!Your Registration Token isJCCC_20_21Fill in your -* Registration Token* Email Address* Password* Confirm Password(Click on "I agree to theTerm Of Service,Privacy Policy, andCookie Policy.")(Remembertowritedown -the Email Address and Password, which will be used for logging in next time that you use WWBOn-Line.)Click on the "Register Now!" button.
Bennett7You can now either paste a document into the text box or start typing a composition.Select one of the"Available Analyses" buttons to get started.You can either click on the "Run Analysis" button or click onthe "Analyze" button to select another analysis.If you would like more information or rules about what hasbeen analyzed, click on the “i” button toward the upper-right of the analysis window.Some analyses have multiple tabs where more than one analysis is run on your writing.To make modifications to the text that you are analyzing, click on an occurrence of the flagged writing, andthe word or phrase that has been flagged will be highlighted in your text.You may need to scroll down in your text to view the highlighted word or sentence.You can modify your text as needed and then either click on "Previous Issue, Close Problem, or NextIssue" above the analysis.Additional information about logging in (after your ID is created) and using WWBat.Consider a free Grammarly account to help with your sentence level errors.College Success Department:The College Success Department assists students in everything fromimproving their ability to retain information to learning how to deal with test anxiety. College-creditcourses likewise help students choose a career and a major, and how to balance personal priorities withacademic priorities. For more information, please visit-centers-tutoring/college-success/index.html.Academic Achievement Center:The Academic Achievement Center offers many free resources to helpstudents start college in the best possible position. Students can learn how to prepare for placement tests,how to take tests, and how to work with technology, especially for online classes. The AAC also offersstudents a place to study and seek help from tutors as the need arises. For more information, please visitCampus Safety:Information regarding student safety can be found at-safety/.

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Writing, What is Art, Sally Bennett

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