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Writing at the College Level

Course writing requirements can range from reading summaries to near thesis-length research papers, and each type of paper may require its own set of rules and style. This guide provides some tips and tools for getting started.


The Writing Center

The Writing Center

The Writing Center is now located in the Seminar Room on the second floor of Memorial Library.

Fall 2011 Hours

Monday and Wednesday               10 AM - 10 PM
Tuesday and Thursday 11 AM - 10 PM
Friday 10 AM - 3 PM
Saturday and Sunday    Closed

Schedule an Appointment

As one of many free support services offered to students, the Berry College Writing Center is available to help you with the writing you do for any course.  The Center is staffed by friendly, experienced peer consultants who have taken a course in tutoring and have been successful writers in their own classes.  They can help you with any part of the invention or drafting process, from brainstorming and organizing ideas, to revising for complexity and quality of thought, to editing your paper for format and grammar.  In essence, they will help you to think through your ideas and to see your paper from the perspective of a real yet sympathetic reader. 

Guides to Citing Papers

Guide to Citations
by Steve Head - Last Updated Oct 21, 2013
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How to Use Refworks
by Steve Head - Last Updated Dec 6, 2013
This guide explains how to use RefWorks, online citation management software available for Berry students.
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