We are using a scheduling system for tutoring appointments. You can register for an account here: Bennington WCOnline. At the top of the left box, click on "Register for an account" and fill out the information. Once registered, you can login directly.
To sign up for an appointment with a Peer Writing Tutor, click here: Peer Writing Tutors Calendar and log into the system. Once logged in, you can view the schedule for all tutors, or limit to a specific set via the "Limit to:" dropdown box above the calendar. If you arrive without an appointment and find that the tutor is busy, please sign up for another time, or ask the tutor for guidance about the next free session.
When you "schedule" an appointment with a Peer Writing or Research Tutor, you will receive an email from the tutor to confirm the time to meet, as well as a platform to use (MyWCOnline, Zoom, etc.) Please make sure to upload your document (in the appointment scheduling box) or share it via Google Drive as soon as you book your appointment. If documents are not received in time, your tutoring appointment may have to be rescheduled.
The Writing and English as a Learned Language (ELL) Tutor has a varied weekly schedule, which can be found by choosing "Limit to:" at the top of the calendar, and then choosing "Writing and ELL."
CONTACT: Camille Guthrie, Director of Undergraduate Writing Initiatives (Crossett Library, third floor): firstname.lastname@example.org; ext. 4892.
The professional Writing and ELL Tutor, Ellen Goldstein, is available for individual sessions to work with any students on their writing - at any level. She especially welcomes multilingual students to work with them on their writing in English.
Ellen Goldstein is a writer, editor, teacher, and professional tutor. She has an MFA in poetry from Emerson College and a BA in English from Carleton College.
Book a session with Ellen Goldstein at ELL Tutor Calendar. When you've logged into the site, click the "Limit to:" dropdown box and choose "Writing and ELL".
Camille Guthrie, the Director of Undergraduate Writing Initiatives, is available to work with you during each term, as well as over summer and FWT breaks, to support any aspect of teaching writing in your classes. She can collaborate with you to develop practices and assignments that help students become more critical, effective, and confident writers. Here are some of the ways she can collaborate with you to support writing in your courses: