What We Believe About Writing

The ELL WC believes the following about writing:

  • Learning to write in a second language is a lifelong process.
  • Writing persuasively in a language does not imply being a native speaker of this language.
  • Multilingual writing is always writing with an accent.

Upcoming Workshops

Strategies for Responding to Grammar Errors Typical of ESL Writing

You will gain a deeper understanding of the language difficulties ESL/multilingual students experience when they move to discipline-based courses. This workshop will also provide specific strategies to help you respond to ESL students’ writing effectively and efficiently.


Monday, April 8, 10:05-11:20am

Tuesday, April 9, 10:05-11:20am


King 133 (HCWE classroom)

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Spring 2019 Locations & Hours

February 4 - May 11

B.E.S.T. Library (Laws Hall), 1st floor

Monday & Sunday: 12pm–4pm

Tuesday: 2pm–4pm

Wednesday:  12pm–1pm & 3pm–4pm

Thursday: 1pm–7pm

Friday: 12pm–1pm

Peabody Hall, Room 18

Monday & Tuesday: 4pm–8pm

Wednesday: 4pm–5pm

Thursday: 5pm–9pm

Sunday: 4pm–9pm

Farmer School of Business, Room 3064

Tuesday & Thursday: 9am–11am

Friday: 3pm–7pm

Online Written Appointments

Monday: 4pm–6pm

Tuesday: 3pm–4pm

Wednesday: 10am–12pm & 3pm–5pm

Sunday: 3pm–5pm

Final Exam Week Locations & Hours

May 14 - May 16

B.E.S.T. Library (Laws Hall), 1st floor

Tuesday to Thursday: 1-2pm & 3-5pm