ENG 389 - Mentoring Writing: Practice & Pedagogy

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ENG 389: Mentoring Writing: Practice and Pedagogy

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The Mentoring Writing course introduces students to theories and applications of writing as a social practice including collaboration, editing, and tutoring. This library guide will assist you with finding relevant library resources along with other helpful information for this course.  

Instructors:

Elizabeth Powers & Michelle Lisi 

VAWLT and Writing Centers

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The UMA Writing Centers and the VAWLT (Virtual, Accessibility, Writing, Library & Technology tutors)
offer UMA students free, online tutoring sessions. Just visit their websites to learn more.

In-person tutoring is available in Augusta and Bangor: 

UMA Writing Center in Augusta: Room 206 in the Katz Library

UMA Writing Center in Bangor: Room 214 in Belfast Hall

Accessing the Library Online from Home

To access library resources from home you will need to log in, or authenticate, into the library system. The library is required to verify that you are a student, faculty, or staff member with your login. You may either log in using your maine.edu username and password, OR with your last name and library card number. 

Maine.edu Login: Your maine.edu information is the same username and password you use to access the UMA portal, Blackboard, MaineStreet, and other University resources.

URSUS Library Login: Library card / student ID / barcode numbers must be current and activated with the library in order for this option to work.

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