Could your phone improve your academic life? The Writing Center and Learning Center staff have reviewed and compiled apps and web tools we think might be useful to you in your academic life. Visit our new App Compendium website....
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UNC students, faculty, and staff can work with Writing Center tutors face-to-face or online. Faculty members and teaching assistants can also schedule meetings with Writing Center directors to discuss teaching writing....
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Tips and strategies for all aspects of the writing process, as well as information about other services, for both native and ESL students, teaching assistants, and faculty....
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Writing Center Announcements

WEATHER UPDATE FOR FRIDAY, 2/27
The University is closed until 1 p.m., so the Writing Center will be as well.

As always, if you cannot visit in person, please feel free to submit your draft to the Online Tutor using the tab above. If you do not yet have a draft or would just like to try out some new revisions strategies, visit the Handouts page. We have practical tips for many, many kinds of writing concerns and situations; some are presented in short videos, others in writing.

NEW APP COMPENDIUM WEBSITE & EVENT
Could your phone improve your academic life? The Writing Center and Learning Center staff have reviewed and compiled apps and web tools we think might be useful to you in your academic life. Visit our new App Compendium website and on Tuesday, March 3, 4-6 PM, stop by the Writing Center to play with some of what we’ve gathered, have some appetizers, and offer your suggestions for the compendium. Register for the event here.

WE’RE HIRING TAs FOR NEXT YEAR
The Writing Center is now accepting applications from graduate students who would like to serve as teaching assistants here during the 2015-2016 academic year. To learn more, visit the link under “About.”

DROP-IN HOURS AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LIBRARY
In addition to our normal hours in 0127 SASB N and 221 Greenlaw, we have added drop-in hours at the UL on Wednesdays from 5-8 PM in room 130. These sessions are 25 minutes long. Sign ups for these sessions start on Wednesdays at 9 AM in room 130. Look for the Write Night sign and clipboard.


The UNC Chapel Hill Writing Center is a free service for UNC students and faculty. Our tutors are friendly graduate and undergraduate students from a variety of academic disciplines who are specially trained in teaching writing. Our online resources are available to everyone; they offer helpful advice for writers and instructors on a variety of topics.