The JWU Writing Lab offers a variety of resources for Faculty and Staff. These include:
Please contact Eileen Medeiros for scheduling and information.
Few things facilitate a student’s learning better than direct interaction with a professor. For many of us, this often comes in the form of written feedback on a student’s assignment. But students can easily become discouraged by minimal or vague notes, leaving them to wonder where they went wrong or where to start revising, as well as too much feedback, leaving them to feel overwhelmed.
Follow the tips below to avoid frustration for both you and the students.
It's a common misperception that all types of plagiarism are the result of a willingness and intention to deceive. In fact, the main causes of plagiarism have to do with a student's misunderstanding of the material or assignment, or poor time management skills. While these things still remain the responsibility of the student to identify and correct, there are steps we can take as instructors to help guide our students through the often unfamiliar research process.
These tutorials and quizzes can help students review the material. Each takes only 10 to 20 minutes: