Depending on specific programs, services, and resources used, students will

  • identify critical thinking and rhetorical strategies for generating, refining, supporting, and applying ideas, arguments, and information in order to communicate them for specific purposes to a range of audiences.
  • practice and implement strategies for logically organizing information and/or arguments in order to achieve coherence and rhetorical effectiveness.
  • identify both strengths and areas for improvement in their writing in order to effectively revise their own work for clarity and accuracy.
  • familiarize themselves with conventions and requirements of university and disciplinary writing in order to produce scholarly and stylistically appropriate assignments.
  • recognize how to acknowledge in their writing ideas and information from sources in order to use the work of others responsibly and in keeping with the principles of Academic Integrity.