Academic Integrity Workshop
Learning how to use and cite visual and textual sources can be challenging. This workshop provides clarity around how sources can be used, why they should be documented, and how to document them appropriately. It will introduce you to some practical strategies for tracking your visual and textual research, reading, note-taking and paraphrasing that can help you effectively integrate your research into your writing and making processes.
Choose one of the following dates:
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Room 512 MCC, Level 5, 113 McCaul St.
To register for the workshop, click here.
The Mighty Pen
This writing circle is open to students who identify as Indigenous and/or as a person of colour. The purpose of this group is to bring voices from the margins to centralize and celebrate our narratives in all their complexities. This is an opportunity to share work and hone craft in many creative written forms including but not limited to: creative non-fiction, fiction, memoir, graphic novel, playwriting, spoken word, and poetry. Meetings are held every Wednesday and will include writing exercises and group reviews of individual work. This circle will be facilitated by Phoebe Wang.
The Mighty Pen is co-sponsored by The Writing & Learning Centre (WLC), the Office of Diversity, Equity and Sustainability Initiatives (ODESI), the Indigenous Visual Culture Program (INVC) and Creative Writing at OCAD U.
Wednesdays, beginning January 24th, 2018
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Held in the INVC office: Room 410 MCC
LATE Night Against Procrastination
This event provides a space for students to focus on their assignments, with quick access to support from many services around campus. This semester's event will run from 6pm to midnight on the 6th floor of 100 McCaul. We offer: 15-minute tutoring consultations; coffee, tea, and snacks; late night pizza dinner; and more!
Hosted by First Generation Student Programming, and the Writing & Learning Centre.
*Date Change* Thursday, March 8th, 6:00 pm to midnight
6th floor MCA (100 McCaul)
Migration: First Generation Student Exhibition and Publication
Come by the Learning Zone (1st floor MCC, 113 McCaul St) to celebrate this year’s first generation student publication and exhibition. Work from the publication will be on display and you can learn how each artist and designer interpreted this year’s theme, Migration. Everyone is welcome.
Exhibition will run from March 22 through March 30.