Writing Resources Generated by Tutors

Each year, peer tutors are divided into task teams to work on special projects intended to improve the Writing Center and its ability to best serve students. In recent years, some of these teams have created materials for peer tutor and student use including Argument Structure Graphs, A Guide to Scientific Writing, and a Podcasting Guide, which are linked below.

Enjoy these resources and let us know if you have questions!

Argument Graphs:

These argument graphs were created by 2021 graduate, Katie Wagner. They are useful for understanding how to best organize an argumentative paper!

Argumentative Structure Graphs

A Guide to Scientific Writing:

This Guide to Scientific Writing was created by 2021 graduate, Madelynn Reichmann to help distinguish the differences between writing for the humanities, social sciences, and hard sciences. It is a great reference for both peer tutors and students and helps navigate writing across the curriculum. 

A Guide to Scientific Writing

Podcast Guide:

This Podcast Script Writing Guide was adopted by 2020 graduates, Holly Ossanna and Meg McGuire, from the CDC Audio Script Writing Guide. The guide walks through the most effective way to write something that is intended to be spoken by providing global suggestions. 

Podcast Script Writing Guide