The CLU Writing Center

Faculty Resources

The CLU Writing Center has created brief overviews of APA and Chicago style guides for faculty to use in the classroom:

Useful Handouts

APA Workshop

CMS Workshop

Looking for assistance on talking about plagiarism in the classroom? See the Council of Writing Program Administrators' Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices

The CLU Writing Center is happy to offer a number of services for California Lutheran faculty. Here's some information about the CLU Writing Center community and what we can do for you and your students:

Undergraduate Writing Center Tutors:

  • Are required to attend weekly training sessions.
  • Can come to your class and give a 15-minute presentation on what we do at the Writing Center.
  • Can perform a 15-minute "mock" tutorial, modeling for your students what their Writing Center appointment might look like.
  • Will be waiting at the Writing Center for one-on-one work with your students and their papers.

To arrange for tutors to visit your class, please contact Dr. Scott Chiu: chchiu@callutheran.edu.

Your undergraduate students can make Writing Center appointments online.

Graduate Writing Consultants:

  • Are required to attend weekly training sessions.
  • Can collaborate with faculty on creating and presenting course-specific writing workshops.
  • Can visit your class to introduce graduate and ADEP students to the Writing Center and its services.
  • Can visit program orientations to promote Writing Center services.
  • Will be waiting at the Writing Center for one-on-one work with your graduate and ADEP students.

    To arrange for tutors to visit your class, please contact the Graduate Writing Consultant Coordinator at klegare7@gmail.com

    Your graduate and ADEP students can make Writing Center appointments online.

Resources:

Workshops: A Collaboration Between Library Information Services and the Writing Center

Please contact Henri Mondschein at mondsche@callutheran.edu for information literacy/ research presentations. Below are a few examples of the presentations available for your classroom.

Library Resources Workshop. Description: Discover full-text databases covering hundreds of subject areas and learn advanced searching techniques, how to use E-Journal Look-Up to find full-text articles, how to use database utilities to create references and works cited pages in APA, MLA, Chicago, and other style formats. Target Audience: Students who are not familiar with CLU’s research resources or want a refresher course on using research resources. Time: 45 minutes. Presenter:  Henri Mondschein, Library Information Specialist

EndNote® Workshop. Description: Learn how to use EndNote® to automatically generate reference lists, create in-text citations, and search databases. Prerequisite:  Students must schedule an appointment with ISS to have EndNote® installed on their laptop prior to attending this workshop. Target Audience: Graduate students who write research papers. Time: 1.5 hours. Presenter: Henri Mondschein, Library Information Specialist

We look forward to working with you and your students soon!

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