• Peer Tutoring Continues Online

    Given the university's decision to cancel classes during the week of March 16, all peer tutoring sessions during that week will also be cancelled. On Monday, March 23, peer tutoring will move to Zoom; this format will continue through the end of the semester. Your tutor will provide you with a Zoom link to access your Zoom tutoring session.

  • Important Information for Peer Tutors

    All peer tutoring sessions will be done virtually using Zoom. This format will continue through the end of the semester. It is important you learn the logistics and how-tos of online peer tutoring through Zoom. Here is a document on how to peer tutor online

Peer Tutoring Continues Online

Given the university's decision to cancel classes during the week of March 16, all peer tutoring sessions during that week will also be cancelled. On Monday, March 23, peer tutoring will move to Zoom; this format will continue through the end of the semester. Your tutor will provide you with a Zoom link to access your Zoom tutoring session.

The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures supports language and cultural acquisition through a broad array of programs including Peer Tutoring, Summer Language Abroad, and English for Academic Purposes. In addition, the Center maintains a wide array of languages resources (including a language library), hosts language events, and conducts research to explore ways technology can enhance language acquisition. Explore the tabs on left to learn more about our programs, resources, events, and research. 

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Peer Tutoring Continues Online

Author: Guieswende Rouamba

Given the university's decision to cancel classes during the week of March 16, all peer tutoring sessions during that week will also be cancelled. On Monday, March 23, peer tutoring will move to Zoom; this format will continue through the end of the semester. Your tutor will provide you with a Zoom link to access your Zoom tutoring session.…

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Upcoming Events

Tue Mar 31, 2020

Email Etiquette

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Location: Online (Zoom)

Despite American informality, writing academic emails to your colleagues, professors, and students is challenging and can lead to misunderstandings. This workshop focuses on how to write and interpret emails in the context of university life. Online, via Zoom
Presented by EAP Post-doc Erik Ellis

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