One of the most important and useful skills you can have as you begin your college studies is the ability to read and understand many different types of academic or scholarly writing. Each different type - critical analysis, literature review, research paper ect. - has a specific purpose and is characterized by specific structural elements. Learning to differentiate between types of academic writing, to determine HOW a scholarly text was written and WHY it was written in that way, will allow you to better understand what you're reading and will give you a foundation upon which to build your own academic writing.
Location: Martin Luther King Jr. Building, Room 251
Hours: 8:30 am – 5 pm Mon. - Fri.