Welcome to the website of the Antioch University New England Writing Center. Our services are FREE to AUNE students!
Our mission is to help students become better writers by providing support and peer feedback on academic writing. At the AUNE Writing Center we believe that all writers—experienced, intermediate, and novice—can benefit from peer feedback, that, in fact, a “critical friend” in the writing process can be a writer’s best ally.
The Writing Center is located in the library.
Areas in which the Writing Center can help:
- Topic selection*
- Organizing ideas
- Thesis development
- Attending to focus, voice, and audience
- Backing up your points*
- Citing sources
- Inquiry—asking questions, pursuing lines of thinking, and clarifying ideas
- Identifying what you know, what you have to say about it, and what you still need to figure out
- Analyzing assignments, understanding what’s expected
*To determine if you have a “searchable topic” (a topic on which you’ll find sufficient and appropriate information), or if you need help using databases and/or finding materials in the library, the best person to contact is your department’s librarian, Cary Jardine for AP, ED, and PsyD and Rachel Sperling for ES and Management.
Physical Location: AUNE Library