Academic Writing Program

READING. WRITING. REASONING.

Welcome to the Academic Writing Program

We offer introductory and advanced courses that take a pragmatic approach to rhetoric and composition instruction.

The Academic Writing Program offers introductory and advanced classes in rhetoric and composition at the University of Lethbridge. Our genre-based, writing-in-the disciplines approach to writing instruction ensures that students will gain valuable insight and experience in the theory and practice of reading and writing in the disciplines relevant to their areas of study—whether in the arts, sciences, business, fine arts, health sciences, or education. Effective reading, writing, and reasoning skills, we believe, are essential in academic as well as professional contexts, and they are the foundation of becoming an educated person.

The Writing Centre

THE WRITING CENTRE

Location: L1010, Library
Phone: 403-394-3963
writing.centre@uleth.ca

The Writing Centre provides individual consultations to all students at the University of Lethbridge. There is no charge for instruction, and we are happy to assist at all stages of the writing process and levels of proficiency. Our learning environment is friendly, inclusive, and scholarly. We look forward to helping you!

Notable courses 2021/22

FALL 2021 -- UNDERGRADUATE WRITING COURSE

Adriana Monteiro Lima will be offering three sections of WRIT 1000 in the Fall 2021 Semester.

  • CRN 31516 WRIT  1000  TH143     Tu Th    1200-1315
  • CRN 31517 WRIT  1000  L1050      Tu Th    1030-1145
  • CRN 31518 WRIT  1000  SA7202    Tu Th    1500-1615

SPRING 2022 -- GRADUATE WRITING COURSE

  • CRN 11452 WRIT  5850    D630    F   1200-1445 
  • CRN 11453 WRIT  7850    D630    F   1200-1445 

Essentials for Scholarly Communication
Instructor: N. Rebry

This seminar-style course examines scholarly communication with the aim of cultivating the sophisticated rhetorical awareness and composition skills crucial for success in graduate programs and professional writing beyond. We will examine a range of genres, including proposals, abstracts, literature re- views, and research articles; discuss the goals and conventions of theses and dissertations; learn techniques for effective critique, citation, positioning, and persuasion in various fields; study disciplinary style conventions, and develop the audience awareness necessary for students to successfully enter professional dialogue through research writing. This semester, we will meet for synchronous discussions on Zoom Wednesday afternoons. Other lesson materials will be provided asynchronously.

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Whether you’re looking for a more in-depth learning experience by assisting with research projects on campus or by testing your knowledge in a real-life work setting, we can help! The University of Lethbridge is proud to offer you an exceptional opportunity to explore professional development through academic programs and services designed to give you a competitive edge in a fast-changing world.

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