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Spring 2021, all writing tutoring will occur on Zoom

 

Please make a writing tutoring appointment, and you will receive a zoom ID to attend your live tutoring appointment with a MC writing tutor. We look forward to helping you be successful in your writing, reading, and study skills this semester! 

Appointments: https://mcwritingcenter.appointy.com/

 

We also have limited number of drop by hours. See page "Make an Appointment" for drop by hours and zoom ID: 

https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student-services/the-teaching-and-learning-center/writing-center/make-an-appointment

 

Writing Center policies:

  • Arrive 5 minutes early to sign in.
  • Sessions are 45 minutes.
  • Students are limited to 1 session per day.
  • Students are limited to 2 appointments per week.
  • Students may request up to 12 appointments per semester.
  • A Writing Center Session Report will be sent to your instructor.
  • If a student arrives more than 10 minutes late, the appointment can be given to a drop-by student.

When you come in for an appointment:

• Identify a goal for your consultation/tutoring session.

• Bring your instructor's assignment guidelines (if working on a specific assignment)

• Remember that the consultant's/tutor’s goal is to help a student gain a greater understanding of writing or reading comprehension concepts and skills. The consultant is not permitted to edit (i.e. fix) a student's paper for the student or to complete homework for the student.

E-Mail Consultations

Students may send a question or an essay/paper to our e-mail at MCWritingCenter@vcccd.edu
Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.
Comments offer general feedback on issues you might want to address through your own revision and editing processes. We will only provide feedback 1 time per paper.

When sending a paper/essay, please provide the following required information:

  • Your name and your student ID number
  • The name of the course and the professor's name
  • The type of assignment (examples: narrative essay, research paper, critique etc)
  • Any directions from the instructor about the requirements of the assignment (examples: 5 pages, MLA citation, use classical argument etc)
  • What concerns you might have or your questions about the paper

A consultant will provide brief comments and guiding questions on the essays in order to help students better understand their own grammatical needs and to pinpoint the areas within the writing that may need clarification. The Writing Center responds only ONE TIME per paper.

Please use MS Word if attaching a paper.

How we can support you:

The Writing Center has consultants available to work with students one-on-one on writing and study skills. These personalized consultations (i.e. tutoring sessions) are available to all currently enrolled Moorpark College students at no charge (see COL MO5 below).

Writing Center consultants will help students improve writing skills for courses across the curriculum (ex. English, Philosophy, Science, History etc), as well as for personal development or higher educational goals (ex. transfer/admission essays).

While appointments are often assignment driven, we recommend students come in as soon as they become aware of their writing or study/reading needs. The Writing Center consultants can help students discover ways to identify and clarify ideas, refine a topic, outline or map ideas, and develop the skills needed to work independently.

Services include:  
 Individual Tutoring Email Feedback
Workshops On-line tutoring via Net Tutor when MC tutors are not available
Writing Guides Directed Learning Activities
Course Embedded Tutoring  

COL M05 "Supervised Tutoring Across the Curriculum" 

Students who use the TLC will be enrolled in COL M05, "Supervised Tutoring across the Curriculum." COL M05 is a 0 unit course. It is not graded.  It does not appear on transcripts.  It is free to all currently registered Moorpark College students.

 

Moorpark College is committed to providing an equal opportunity to students, employees, and the public, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, or veteran status.  Please call (805) 553-4850 or see the catalog for more details.