Writing Lab Workshops

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Attend workshops in person in D204 or online in Teams!

See below the scheduled events for details on how to access hybrid Writing Lab workshops in Teams

Workshops

Workshops only by faculty request during Summer Quarter 2024

Got a Suggestion?

Are you a BC student or member of faculty? Let us know what live workshop or video topics you would like to see in the future: email us your suggestions at writinglab@bellevuecollege.edu

How to Access Workshops in Teams:

  1. On the scheduled day, go to D-204 or click the hyperlinked date under the workshop title you wish to attend, or visit the Writing Lab Workshops channel in Teams. (You will need to schedule the meeting in your personal calendar to receive a reminder.)
  2. Each workshop’s link will open a web page to the Teams meeting and activate your video and microphone options. If the group is large, be ready to mute your camera and microphone, but we instructors enjoy talking with you!
  3. Once you are in the workshop meeting, turn on the chat panel. The lab instructor will be able to see any questions you post and respond.
The control panel in a live Teams meeting has icons, from left to right: show participants, show chat, reactions/raise hand, breakout rooms, more actions, camera, microphone, share screen, and leave. The chat icon is circled.
Open the chat panel with the speech bubble icon
  1. After attending a workshop, please fill out the “Workshop Feedback Survey,” available in a tab at the top of the Writing Lab Workshops channel.
  2. We look forward to hearing from you!

General Personal Statement Information

For general information on how to brainstorm and draft a personal statement essay for college transfer, please see our Workshop Videos page.

Writing Lab Workshop Archive

Last Updated June 18, 2024