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Old 02-22-2010, 03:23 PM
Michelle J. LaFrance
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Default Brainstorming Power: Inventing Your Topic, Thesis Statement, and Organization

Brainstorming Power: Inventing Your Topic, Thesis Statement, and Organization
Some papers virtually seem to write themselves; others feel as if they just do not want to be written at all!
This workshop will offer strategies for use when:
  • the ideas for a project don't seem to flow,
  • when you may be uncertain of the topic you want to pursue,
  • or when you have so many ideas you're not exactly sure where to start!
A mix of general and applied techniques, this workshop will also enable attendees to ask questions about a work in progress. Bring your project notes, your writing assignment prompt(s), and your creative mojo to this fun, no-nonsense approach to brainstorming more effective written responses on your papers.

Workshop led by Michelle LaFrance and Staci Pribish
Date/Time: Wenesday, February 24, 3 to 4 PM

Location: Drew University Writing Center
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