Trinity College Writing Centre
Trinity's Writing Centre is located in room 302 of the Larkin Building.
How it Works
All tutoring is one-on-one, confidential, and free of charge. The Writing Centre provides instruction in, and objective criticism of, your written course assignments in any discipline.
The staff won't write your paper for you, or tell you what to say. But they can advise on such matters as focus, organization, argumentation, documentation, grammar, and style. Their aim is to help you improve your ability to write clearly, coherently, logically and persuasively. They will work with you on any kind of writing assignment (essays, book reviews, reports, including science reports) at any stage of development, from conceptualization to final draft.
Writing Centre Staff
The Centre has highly experienced staff:
- Ms Patricia Patchet-Golubev (Director) - on leave Winter term 2013
- Dr. Penny Arthur
- Dr. Alexandra Hartnett
- Dr. Michael Lapointe
- Dr. Sheryl Stevenson (Acting Director) - during the Winter term 2013
- Ms. Adele Wilson
Book an Appointment
Consultations with the Writing Centre are booked on-line. To book an appointment, visit our online bookings page. Consultations will take place in room 302 in the Larkin Building.
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