Resources for Your Own Writing
Our services for faculty are focused on supporting your work with Walden students. Currently, we are also exploring ways to build our support for instructors' own writing projects. If you would like to provide input about your needs in this area, please take a moment to respond to this brief survey.
The resources above were created in collaboration with the Center for Research Quality, with both a student and faculty audience in mind. They offer advice and resources to help with the many steps in the publication process.
Here are some additional resources that might be helpful to faculty in the writing or publication process:
Microsoft (MS) Word contains many useful tools to aid in error detection and revision. See the “MS Editing Tools” section here to brush up on ways to maximize these resources. The web-based application Grammarly can also be useful to help you identify sentence-level errors that MS Word may not catch. When you copy a draft of your writing to Grammarly, you will receive immediate instructional feedback on over 100 points of grammar. When you visit the Grammarly site, register as a student, using your Walden e-mail address.
Walden-Funded Faculty and Student Publication Opportunities
Click here to access resources, funded by Walden University, that support research and research-related activities conducted by Walden faculty and students. Information about publishing within Walden’s own academic journals can be found here.
The Writing Center's website has moved!
Please find writing information for faculty at http://ezp.waldenulibrary.org/login/WCFaculty.
You will need to log in with your faculty portal credentials.
Browse through an archive of recent faculty questions on APA, writing instruction, and Writing Center services on the WC Toolbox for Faculty.
Would you like to be informed of new Writing Center services and events? Contact email@example.com to be added to our faculty e-mail list!
For questions about tutoring services and Writing Center resources, contact Amber Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about dissertations and form and style reviews, contact Martha King at email@example.com