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                                         Writing Center


The ALC Buiucani's Writing Center helps our clients become more effective, more confident writers.  We believe that writing is a powerful tool not only for communicating existing ideas but also for discovering new ones; that learning to write is a life-long process; and that all writers benefit from sharing work in progress with knowledgeable, attentive readers.  Our methods—multi-faceted, flexible, and above all, collaborative—reflect our respect for the individual writer, whose talents, voice, and goals are central to all our endeavors.


All of us who teach and work in Writing Center programs are all committed to helping you become the best writer you can be and to helping you succeed with your academic and/or professional writing.


No one learns all there is to learn about writing once and for all. When you’re ready, we’re ready to help you learn more about


  • writing a CV
  • writing a business letter
  • writing a motivation letter
  • writing a response paper
  • organizing a complex argument
  • handling evidence that contradicts your argument
  • reviewing published literature as part of your research
  • writing a book review
  • acknowledging your debts to other sources
  • choosing and using a particular documentation system
  • adding semicolons to your punctuation repertoire
  • and much, much more . . .

Second, some of the best writing instruction is individualized. What you need to hear and learn about your writing differs from what other writers need. In fact, one of the defining principles of our Writing Center is that we tailor our instruction to each student’s needs.


And third, good writers talk about their writing in progress. They share drafts of their work with trusted readers who care about helping them achieve their goals. You need feedback from readers to answer important questions like these:

  • “Have I proven my argument?”
  • “Do I have a discernible argument?”
  • “Do I need to develop one?”
  • “Are my main points clear?”
  • “Is my draft effectively organized?”
  • “Have I responded to the assignment?”
  • “Is my style effective, and is it appropriate for my audience?”


ALC Advanced (Buiucani) Academic Writing Center

Free Presentations each second Saturday

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