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Writing in the University...and Beyond.

Featured Video from the Center for Excellence in Writing and Communication

Professor Jarratt shares her view on what writing means to at the University and also in writing contexts that we don't usually think about academically. — Watch the video

See more videos on YouTube — WritingAt UCI.

posted: 06/18/13 - 06/25/13

Can I become a good writer?

Featured Video from the Center for Excellence in Writing and Communication

Writing Specialist Rob Schoenbeck, PhD, talks about what a writing specialist does and suggests that you can become a better writer if you're willing to put in the time. The writing center is a great place to put that time in, so drop by and see us. — Watch the video

See more videos on YouTube — WritingAt UCI.

posted: 06/11/13 - 06/18/13

› Students - Check your ZotBill for unpaid fees assesed mid-quarter!

image of Zot Account billing system, highlighting 'Current Account' menu item and noting that while registration fees are noted as paid, this does not mean all fees are paid

ZotAccount says Spring registration is paid, but you may have other unpaid fees assessed mid-quarter that can impact your Fall enrollment! Be sure to carefully review your balances under 'Current Account' in Zot Account

posted: 05/15/13 - 06/15/13

› Academic Honesty - A Reminder of Student Responsibilities

Students have responsibility for:

  • Refraining from cheating and plagiarism.
  • Refusing to aid or abet any form of academic dishonesty.
  • Notifying professors and/or appropriate administrative officials about observed incidents of academic misconduct. The anonymity of a student reporting an incident of academic dishonesty will be protected.
  • For details on UCI's policy on academic honesty, please see the UCI Catalogue or http://www.editor.uci.edu/catalogue/appx/appx.2.htm#gen0.
posted: 06/03/13 - 06/14/13

Why should I write about what I'm interested in?

Featured Video from the Center for Excellence in Writing and Communication

Professor Mimi Ito at the University of California, Irvine, discusses the benefits of understanding the way that today's students think of writing as social communication. — Watch the video

See more videos on YouTube — WritingAt UCI.

posted: 06/04/13 - 06/11/13
Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

› An Odyssey into Dimensions

Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions Ever wondered how many dimensions we live in? Join us for "An Odyssey into Dimensions", the last math seminar for undergrads of the year! Inspired by the novel "Flatland", Prof. Tseng will discuss the concept of dimension, and describe how the number and type of dimensions affect statements in geometry.

Location: Natural Sciences II (NS2), Room 1201
Pizza will be served.

posted: 05/30/13 - 06/04/13

Does my paper have a good thesis?

Featured Video from the Center for Excellence in Writing and Communication

A peer tutor talks about her response when students want to know if they have a good thesis. — Watch the video

See more videos on YouTube — WritingAt UCI.

posted: 05/28/13 - 06/04/13

To outline or not to outline?

Featured Video from the Center for Excellence in Writing and Communication

At an event about writing science fiction in and about California, Steven Barnes, a professional writer, discusses opinions about outlining before writing. Do you outline? — Watch the video

See more videos on YouTube — WritingAt UCI.

posted: 05/21/13 - 05/28/13

› In-Depth Reference Consultations from a Distance: Google+ Hangouts and Join

The UCI Libraries are now offering you the opportunity to connect with a UCI Research Librarian using Google+ or Join.me, so that you can get help with your research project. Using the 'Request a Research Consultation' form, you can select an appointment type of 'Online' then identify your preferred connection method. — Read more.

posted: 05/09/13 - 05/23/13

› Looking for an open computer at one of the OIT Drop-In Labs?

OIT Walk-in-Lab Availability It's now easier than ever to find an open seat at one of the drop-in computer labs on campus.

Visit http://oit.uci.edu/m/labs to see which labs currently have seats available. Click on the name of the lab to see exactly which seats are open.

 

 

 

posted: 05/08/13 - 05/22/13