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"Our philosophy includes small class size, careful attention to building your critical reading and thinking skills along with your writing, personalized attention, and a great deal of practice writing and revising." Website has a Writing Resources Database.
Assists graduate students in the development of academic skills necessary to successfully complete their programs and prepare for future positions. Workshops are offered on topics such as academic writing, grant writing, dissertation writing, thesis writing, editing, and preparing articles for publication, in addition to writing groups and individual consultations.
An interactive course to advance technical communications skills when speaking, reading, and writing English.
Primary audience is engineering students, but much is useful for anyone. Includes modules on listening, reading, speaking, and writing.
"The SLC Writing Program supports Cal undergraduates in their journey to become more persuasive and purposeful writers." They offer workshops, tutoring, and more, including an extensive list of Writing Worksheets on topics such as thesis, revision, punctuation, writing research papers, and more.
Excellent collection of guides on writing, including citing/attribution, citation styles, grammar and punctuation, academic writing, and much more.
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