Tutoring in Writing for Middlebury College Students

May 1, 2006 | Comments Off on Tutoring in Writing for Middlebury College Students

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (Library Suite 225) provides all Middlebury College students with assistance in writing. Staff and peer writing tutors can help students in every phase of the writing process–from getting started on a topic to polishing a final draft. Appointments with staff and peer writing tutors are free for all Middlebury College students.
Starting the second week of the semester, peer writing tutors are available in CTLR (Lib 225) Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7:30 p.m. to midnight (except during school vacations). This is a drop-in service–no appointment is necessary. Many first-year seminars and college writing classes, also, have peer writing tutors assigned to work with them. Peer Writing Tutors are trained to give authorized help in writing.
Starting the first week of the semester, on weekdays, students may make appointments with staff writing tutors: Mary Ellen Bertolini and Catharine Wright. To schedule an individual appointment time with one of these tutors, students can drop by the CTLR (Lib 225) and sign up for an appointment or call x3131. Some students schedule regular weekly appointments with staff writing tutors. Others come as needed.


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