Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 10:00am to 4:00pm
Building E18, 233
50 AMES ST, Cambridge, MA 02142
Enrollment: Unlimited: Advance sign-up required
Sign-up by 01/08
Go to https://mit.mywconline.com to register and to schedule appointments.
The professional communication experts at the WCC@MIT (the Writing and Communication Center) will continue to offer free consultations and advice about writing course papers, theses and dissertations; oral presentations (e.g., conference talks); slide design; poster presentations, English as Second Language, and about any writing issue, including but not limited to writing strategically, creating effective arguments, finding a topic, generating ideas, turning data into a story, understanding a particular genre, overcoming writer’s block, improving grammar, crafting effective sentences and paragraphs, organizing ideas, using evidence, and analyzing audiences. We can help with all of the following: all types of technical writing; grant proposals; theses and dissertations in all departments; job, graduate and med school application essays and personal statments; research and teaching statements; resumes and CVs; conference talks; articles for publication; book proposals and chapters; papers for any course; and creative writing. We also offer help on pronunciation and oral communication. The WCC is open throughout IAP. You must be registered with our online scheduler. Open to MIT undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, faculty, staff, spouses and partners, visiting scientists and scholars. The WCC@MIT is now located in building E18-233 at 50 Ames Street.
Sponsor(s): Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Writing and Communication Center
Contact: Steven Strang, E18-233 B, 617 253-4459, SMSTRANG@MIT.EDU