- Student Services
- Assignment Resources
- Course Writing Guides
- Writing Guidelines
The Walden Writing Center offers many services to undergraduate students, and we look forward to working with you! Read on below for more information about specific services.
The Writing Center's website contains resources on scholarly writing, grammar, and APA style. Through our site, you can also access Grammarly (an automated grammar tutor) and Turnitin (a plagiarism detection tool). Follow us on Twitter, friend us on Facebook, or read our blog to keep up with everything happening at the Writing Center! You can contact email@example.com with website questions.
Writing Center staff members frequently lead webinars (virtual seminars) on topics in scholarly writing. You can attend just by logging online! View the list of topics and register for upcoming webinars on our webinar landing page. All webinars, except the ones categorized as "graduate-level," are appropriate for undergraduate students. New undergraduates may particularly enjoy "Tips for Undergraduate Writing" and "Welcome to the Writing Center." You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org with webinar questions.
You can reserve the time of a Writing Center staffer for a paper review through our one-on-one review service. Simple sign into the online scheduling system, upload your paper, and wait for us to email your paper back with comments and suggestions. Our services are not live; you can read more about what to expect from a paper review on our Paper Reviews page. You can get in touch with paper review questions, or any other questions about writing, at email@example.com.
TutorTalk: Drop-In Writing Tutoring for Undergraduates
Upcoming TutorTalk hours:
TutorTalk is currently on hold. Please check back later in the summer for dates and times. If you have a writing question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
During TutorTalk hours, a Writing Center staff member is on call to help Walden undergraduates. You can enter a live meeting space to chat, brainstorm for an assignment, ask writing questions, or revise a work in progress. You do not need to attend the whole session; you can come, get what you need, and leave at your convenience.