Complete the following table with at least three writing resources found in the Center for Writing Excellence. Note what the resource is in the first column, where it is found in the second, and how you will use it in the third column. Writing resource Location How will you use it? Plagiarism Checker Library Tab-Center for Writing Excellence- Plagiarism Checker This tool is used for us students to submit a paper you have typed and it will check to identifiy if the paper contains material authored by another writer. WritePoint
Library Tab-Center for Writing Excellence- WritePoint This tool is used for students to submit a paper and this tool provides quick feedback on grammer and its available 24/7. Tutorials and Guides Library Tab-Center for Writing Excellence-Tutorials and Guides This provides you with many resources to help you with your writing skills. It also has different guides to help you understand building a paper. Live Assistance Library Tab-Center for Writing Excellence- Live Assistance This helps you with anything you need help with in school.
It has live labs with a professor and other students. Part II In addition to the resources located in the Center for Writing Excellence, University of Phoenix offers a variety of Student Workshops designed to improve basic skills in areas such as writing. To view a list of available workshops use the following instructions: Click on the Student Resources Guide link on your student website. Select Student Workshops and Labs. Review the list and list a minimum of two writing-focused Student Workshops you would find useful to complete.
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The workshops I would pick to do are Basic Grammer, Basic Writing, and Study Skills Workshop. I haven’t been in school for over 8 years and I feel that I need a refresher in some basic things. The Basic Grammer class would be useful because I am so used to texting and using abreviations that I sometimes forget how to spell simple words. Doing Basic Writing workshop will help me with getting back to the basics of writing a paper or formatting a paper. I am already a good studier, but I could use a refresher on this or maybe come up with different ways to become a more effective studier.