The Center for Reading and Writing offers a variety of reading, writing, and study skills workshops facilitated by Center staff, faculty, and consultants. These 45-minute workshops run throughout the fall and spring semesters. Workshop topics include the following:
- MLA, APA, and Turabian/Chicago Citation Styles
- Avoiding Plagiarism
- Drafting the Argument Paper
- Annotating and Outlining a Text
- Critical Reading Strategies
- Study Skills
- Improving Sentences
- Avoiding Comma Splices
- Time Management
- Developing a Thesis Statement
- Evaluating Source Credibility
- Reading for the Research Paper
- Email Professionalism
To see the full schedule of workshops click here: Fall 2020 Workshops
To register for any of these workshops, use the links below.
Dec. 0301:15 pm - 02:00 pm
This 45-minute workshop will address study skills to help with end-of-the-semester assignments & exams, including reading, annotating, and recall strategies, time management, taking care of your health, and using campus resources. All students are welcome.
Dec. 1612:00 pm - 12:45 pm
This 45-minute workshop will address how to successfully paraphrase, summarize, and directly quote the sources used for writing papers, articles, presentations, speeches, etc. Plagiarism in its various forms will be defined and discussed, including Ramapo’s policy on academic honesty. Open to all students.
Professional development workshops for faculty to support Writing-Across-the-Curriculum (WAC) initiatives may also be offered during the academic year. See Faculty Resources for further information.