Our consultants can offer individualized assistance through one-on-one sessions that last 45 minutes, and which start at the top of each hour (ex. 1 p.m.). These sessions are currently held online via Zoom and can focus on any stage of the process, from brainstorming and developing ideas to editing final products.
Specifically, consultants will discuss your assignments, listen to your ideas, ask you questions, talk about writing strategies, offer constructive feedback, and strengthen your writing and communication habits. In addition, they can assist with small group assignments so long as all members of the group are present.
Services include assistance on the following:
You can make a writing center appointment here: https://nova.mywconline.com/
If this is your first time making an appointment with the WCC, you should review this detailed presentation on how to schedule appointments using myWConline, which also includes how to connect to online appointments once they are made. If you just need a refresher, see the instructions below:
How to Change or Cancel an Appointment
An appointment can be edited or cancelled by signing back onto nova.myWConline.com and clicking the orange box and making the changes or pressing the “Cancel this Appointment” button at the bottom of the pop-up window.
Students working on oral and visual assignments as well as written work. Once we are back on campus, students can also receive feedback from our consultants in one of our two Shark Tanks. These collaborative multimodal spaces are equipped with large monitors, outlets, mobile chairs, and recording capabilities, offering the ideal space to work on any stage of the presentation development process – from brainstorming to final touches. To schedule an oral/visual consultation and reserve a Shark Tank, please email email@example.com or call (954) 262-4644.
Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops and tablets to work in the WCC. The WCC is a dynamic ever-evolving space, with mobile seating and whiteboards that promote constant creativity. To maintain this atmosphere, desktop computers are not installed in the WCC. If students do not have their own device, a limited number of laptops are available for consultants to provide during sessions, though we cannot guarantee their availability. Students may also bring a hard copy of their assignment in place of a device.