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The Writing Center

The Writing Center

Distance Sessions

 
 
Online Consultations
 
Distance Learning sessions are available for distance learning students (students who do not live locally and take classes entirely online) and students who are unable to visit the Writing Center in person during our hours of operation. Due to limited staff availability, we are currently unable to offer online sessions to students who are taking courses on campus and who are able to visit the Writing Center in person, either during its main hours of operation or at one of its evening Satellite Locations.
 
Distance Learning sessions are similar to in-person sessions. During your session, the writing consultant will spend 30 minutes providing electronic feedback on your assignment, in the form of comments through Microsoft Office Word. Please note that while we can assist you with identifying issues of style or mechanics, we do not edit, proofread, or make changes to the assignment for you.  Your consultant will review and comment on as much of your asignment as he or she can during your 30-minute session before returning your paper.  You will need to revise your entire paper with the consultant’s comments in mind before resubmitting for an additional online session, not only the portion that was commented on originally.
 
If you would like help with essay drafts during the semester and are a distance learning student or a student who cannot visit the Writing Center in person during our hours of operation, please send a copy of your writing, your assignment instructions*, and a completed Distance Learning Session Request Form via your FGCU Eagle mail to writing@fgcu.edu.
 
Please allow 48 hours (not including weekends or holidays) for a Writing Consultant to respond.  Students are asked to wait at least 24 hours and revise before re-submitting an assignment for an online consultation. 
 
*Please do not include rubrics or other grading materials, particularly anything indicating point values. They will not be used when commenting on your assignment.