Classroom Workshops and Visits
Student Resources: Asking your students to register for a Writing Center account early in the semester encourages them to seek immediate writing assistance. At the end of their WC tutoring appointment, they can request that a tutor session report be sent to their instructor, thus informing you of their visit.
Note: The Loyola OWL can be a helpful resource to you in answering your students' essay and other professional writing questions and providing ESL support.
Classroom Visits: Contact Assistant Director John Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a Writing Center presentation. A writing tutor can visit your classroom to introduce WC services to your students in a brief presentation that usually takes 10-15 mins.
Classroom Workshops: Contact Assistant Director John Hawkins at email@example.com to schedule a writing workshop for your students. We will tailor the session to meet your needs within a time frame of 20 minutes to an entire class period depending on your specifications. Popular topics range from presentations on a particular citation style, to how to plan, structure, or write an essay, to how to create a career portfolio, etc.
Note: When scheduling either a classroom visit or a classroom workshop, attach your syllabus and any relevant assignment sheets or other documents to the email to streamline the process and mention a few times and dates that would be convenient for the classroom workshop. Please also mention your class name, number, and the room in which it meets.