Project Resources: How To Utilize The FLCC Writing Center

Project Resources: How To Utilize The FLCC Writing Center

Project Resources: How To Utilize The FLCC Writing Center
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There are a wide variety of student support services available at Finger Lakes Community College. You paid for them, therefore you should use them as much as possible!

The Writing Center (The Write Place):

The FLCC Writing Center (The Write Place) is a branch of the FLCC Academic Support Center which supports peer tutoring services, the student disability office, and adult basic education offices.

FLCC Academic Support Center Homepage:
http://www.flcc.edu/learningsupport/index.cfm

What does the “Write Place” do?

FLCC’s writing center offers assistance to students on any writing project on a drop-in basis. The Write Place provides a comfortable environment for individualized or small-group work at four locations: the Academic Commons, the Honors House, and at both the Geneva and Wayne Campus Centers.  Faculty members from the Humanities and Developmental Studies, who staff the center, help students develop their sense of personal expression and writing skills in a supportive and collegial setting. In the Write Place, students can seek help with organizing, drafting, documenting, and revising their essays or research papers. (via FLCC.edu)

Who works at the Write Place?

Students and faculty members both work at the writing centers. Appointments are not required, but recommended.

Coordinator of the Writing Center
Sarah Blank
(585) 785-1602
Sarah.Blank@flcc.edu

How do I contact The Write Place?

Stop by The Academic Commons At Anytime!
(3rd Floor – Charles J. Meder Library)

FLCC Writing Center (The Write Place) Homepage:
http://www.flcc.edu/offices/writingcenter/index.cfm

Phone: (585) 785-1601

Email: Sarah.Blank@flcc.edu

Why should I contact a The Write Place?
  • I don’t know how to properly cite sources in MLA format.
  • I don’t know how to write a works cited page.
  • I don’t know how to … not plagiarize.
  • I don’t know how to organize my thoughts for a paper/project.

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