Offer tutoring sessions of all subject matter across all disciplines.
Assist students with their writing of outlines, assignments, and projects.
Develop students’ language skills.
Offer on-campus & off-campus constructive feedback on writing.
Generate Turnitin reports and provide consultations for academic integrity to
Train students to become tutors themselves (i.e. peer reviewers).
The WTC offers the following services:
Providing academic tutoring sessions supervised by instructors along
with the collaboration of senior students from all colleges to enhance the
learning of all subject matter
Hosting expert webinars, seminars, and tutorial sessions to provide
insights and guidelines on academic skills and knowledge of all subjects
(English, Mathematics, etc.)
Offering resources that will enhance learner autonomy
Providing academic assistance to students’ writing projects supervised by
English instructors from the CHS along with the collaboration of senior
Synchronous sessions: online or face-to-face in a designated place (the tutor’s office/library)
Asynchronous feedback: students who have deadlines to meet
may not have the time to schedule a session so they can use the
asynchronous feedback system. Students can upload their papers
or writing on the WTC website to obtain asynchronous feedback.
Within a week or less, they would receive brief feedback (general
correction) on grammatical errors, mechanics, punctuation, and
overall sentence structure. However, this service is not offered right now
and will be launched later.
Offering online resources such as manuals and instruction: introducing
students to various writing styles and formats (including APA & MLA
styles of citation, referencing, using articles and other resources,
quotations and paraphrasing, and plagiarism)
Offering an online course on academic integrity and plagiarism(certificates will be instantly awarded)
Providing research training on creating questions, abstracts, literaturereview, writing a bibliography, etc.
Forming academic study groups where students are offered opportunitiesto form social circles & work collectively in helping each other with theirwriting skills