All CCRI students, faculty & staff are invited
to attend one or more of these free workshops:
This workshop's participants will look at essays, thesis statements, topic sentences, introductions, conclusions, and body paragraphs. Handouts and practice exercises will include examples of good and bad thesis statements.
The participants in this workshop will review fragments, run-ons, punctuation, pronouns, and other problem areas by seeing PowerPoint presentations and by getting revision practice.
This workshop looks at commas, semi-colons, colons, run-ons, and other areas. Punctuation handouts, online presentations, and revision exercises are important parts of this workshop.
This workshop focuses on how to write separate summaries, as well as how to incorporate quotations, summaries, and paraphrases into research papers by using the MLA, APA, or Chicago system.
This workshop includes handouts, online information, and explanation of in-text citations and Works Cited pages. Participants can bring their own papers to the workshop for group revision practice.
If possible, anyone who wants to attend a Writing Center workshop should register in advance by sending an e-mail to Karen Petit, Ph.D., at email@example.com, or by calling 401-825-2279. In the e-mail or phone message, information about these areas should be included: the participant's name, a workshop's title, the date and time of the workshop, and the participant's e-mail address or phone number.
Please register in advance.
If possible, anyone who wants to attend a Writing Center workshop should register
in advance by sending an e-mail to Karen Petit, Ph.D.
or call: 401-825-2279.
In the e-mail or phone message, information about these areas should be included:
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