If you are currently enrolled in a Mountwest Community & Technical College program, you can access the Mountwest Online Writing Center to submit a digital copy of your draft for evaluation or request a video conference with a Writing Center tutor. Just click the Online Writing Center link in the Student Resources navigation pane on your Blackboard landing page and follow the steps to self-enroll.
Now located in the Academic Skills Center, The Writing Center provides student with the space, technology and atmosphere necessary to assist you in process of composition and revision. Our staff offers expertise based on a variety of experience and cultural backgrounds. Each instructor is equipped with the knowledge and tools to help you learn the process of writing successful college-level essays.
The writing experience is unique for every individual. Thus, the Mountwest Writing Center promotes the development of writing by engaging students in all aspects of the writing process through the use of individualized instructional sessions. These sessions allow students to acquire the strategies, techniques, and confidence necessary to engage effectively with a variety of writing topics and assignments.
The Writing Center supports the growth and development of staff through the use of best practice teaching and writing methods rooted in the appropriate pedagogical research. The Writing Center serves staff and Mountwest faculty in all disciplines through a variety of workshops, presentations, conferences and other collaborative concerning writing and we are prepared to collaborate with faculty across campus about writing.
To sign up in advance for a single or weekly session in the Writing Center, simply submit a request to the Writing Center in person (Room 103) or email Jesse Riggs.
Fall 2016 Hours:
|Room 304||Room 103C||Hours of Operation|
|Monday-Thursday||-||9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.|
Found in Blackboard, Brainfuse allows students to submit a paper for informal evaluation before turning it in. Use the Brainfuse response in conjunction with a visit to the Writing Center to get the most out of both resources.
Chomp-Chomp offers exercises, slideshows and all things grammar on this cheesy, but fun, Web site geared toward helping students improve their writing skills.
Quizlet is a user-generated online flashcard quiz site that enhances study skills for any class you may have.