The Writing Tutors will:
7 help students to understand and plan the writing project; talk with students about the content, organization, style, and/or mechanics of student’s work; work with students on integration of sources and documentation (APA, Chicago, MLA, Turabian, etc.); ensure that students are not engaging in academically dishonest writing and research practices; walk students through how to utilize the campus research databases; not only help students create better writing, but help students to become better writers; treat students and student work with respect. The Writing Tutors will not: review student work without student present; write or edit student paper; tell student what to write; assign a grade to student work, even informally; discuss student or student work with anyone outside of the Writing Center without student permission. For questions, comments, or suggestions, students can contact the Writing Program and Writing Center Director and W.A.C. /W.I.D. Co-Coordinator, Dr. Kristi Murray Costello @ [email protected] or the Writing Center Assistant Director and W.A.C. / W.I.D. Co-Coordinator, Airek Beauchamp, at [email protected] Like and follow and Twitter @AstateWriting to keep up with services, promotions, and events. - sciences/departments/english-and-philosophy/writing-guide/writing-lab/ . Students with Disabilities Students who require academic adjustments in the classroom or by way of the web due to a disability must first register with Arkansas State Disability Services. Following registration and within the first two weeks of class, please contact me to discuss appropriate academic accommodations, technology requirements, software and hardware specifics and requirements. Appropriate arrangements can be made to ensure equal access to this course. Based on A-State Disability Services guide: .
8 Inclement Weather Policy All official announcements regarding inclement weather will be made only through official university communications. The official university website, AState.edu, is supplemented by the verified university social media accounts -- on Facebook (Facebook.com/ArkansasState) and Twitter (@ArkansasState). Email communication for emergency and weather alerts is provided to the official AState.edu issued faculty and staff or student accounts. Individuals who have signed up for text alerts will also receive notices of opening and closures. During times of university closure or inclement weather, instruction may be continued through Arkansas State’s online capabilities including Blackboard and/or email to maintain academic continuity of the course. When such changes are made, it is incumbent upon both the faculty to communicate the change and for students to monitor their official Arkansas State student email account so that they can receive notifications.
- Fall '16
- Business, Writing, Academia