Lisa Langstraat and Sue Doe will be offering a TILT Short Course, “Working with Post-9/11 Student-Veterans,” October 13th and 20th. Get more information or register for this course.
Writing Center Hours
Fall 2011 Limited Hours – August 29th-September 2nd
Monday-Friday 10-1pm Eddy Hall 6
Regular Hours – Beginning Sunday, September 4th
Monday-Thursday 10-4pm Eddy Hall 6
Friday – 10-1pm Eddy Hall 6
Sunday – Thursday 6pm-8pm, Morgan Library
Eddy 300 Lab Hours
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 – 10
Friday: 7:30 – 6
Saturday: 11 – 5:30
Sunday: 11 – 7 (except Sunday August 28th)
Part of Tobi Jacobi’s Women’s Prison Writing class requirement is group work relating to prison. One group is going to show prison films on campus. Here’s the information:
What: This first screening in a series of three will focus on assumptions about prison and what prison life looks like (especially in regards to women).
When: Saturday, March 26th at 5pm.
Where: Clark A205
Extra: Snacks will be provided. We are also asking people to bring books (ALL books are welcome) for a prison book drive.
To all faculty and GTAs,
The CSU Writing Center invites all instructors of English to set up a promotional visit for your literature, composition, creative writing, or education class. These brief visits given by a writing consultant introduce students to the services the Writing Center offers. They take between 5 and 10 minutes and they may be scheduled at your convenience. If you are interested at any time during the Spring 2011 semester, please contact Bruce Shields, Assistant Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 491-0222. Additionally, if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to visit during our daytime operating hours.
Please check our hours of operation on our website: writingcenter.colostate.edu. The Writing Center will resume regularly scheduled hours beginning Sunday, January 23rd.
CSU Writing Center
Spring Session: January 2011 – March 2011. Registration for CAT classes is now available. Registration is set up as First Come/First Serve. These classes are free and open to faculty, staff and graduate students. The CAT Training Rooms are located in Morgan Library. The full list of courses for this session is:
Access 2010 Queries
Access 2010: Forms & Reports
Access 2010: Tables and Relationships
InDesign CS5 Intro
Make Your Point with PowerPoint 2010: Level 1
Photoshop CS5: Selection & Layer Tools
Improve Your Outlook: Get it on the Calendar
Improve Your Outlook: You’ve got mail
Power Up with Exchange Voice Mail & Outlook Tasks
RamCT: Communication Tools
RamCT: Creating and Managing Assessments
RamCT: Getting Started
RamCT: Organizing, Adding and Presenting Content
Camtasia Studio: Create videos
Camtasia Studio: Create videos
Secure Meeting: share ideas with anyone, anywhere
Excel 2010: Level I Parts 1-2
Excel 2010: Level II
Acrobat 9: Create high-impact PDF communications
Dreamweaver CS5: Using Div Tags and CSS
Dreamweaver CS5: Creating/Editing Web Pages
Word 2010: Level I
Word 2010: Level II
Word 2010: Taming Long Documents