Introduction to APA Format February 10th (Tu) 3:30pm-5:00pm Weiner Library Auditorium
Kyoko Waseda-Hida will cover the basics of APA formatting, commonly used to cite sources in academic writing, and guide students through practice exercises. An advanced APA workshop will be offered on March 31st (see below).

Casual Conversation in English February 18th (W) 3:00pm-4:00pm Metro Writing Studio
FDU students and staff who are non-native speakers of English are invited to practice their spoken English skills. Jeanette Adams will facilitate informal, group discussion; assist with pronunciation; and answer questions about colloquial English.

How to Write a Master’s Thesis February 25th (W) 4:00pm-5:00pm Metro Writing Studio
Paul Caruso will guide you through the steps…

Casual Conversation in English March 4th (W) 3:00pm-4:00pm Metro Writing Studio
FDU students and staff who are non-native speakers of English are invited to practice their spoken English skills. Jeanette Adams will facilitate informal, group discussion; assist with pronunciation; and answer questions about colloquial English.

Beyond Wikipedia: Doing Real Research March 11th (W) 4:00pm-5:00pm Metro Writing Studio
Kathleen Stein-Smith, Weiner Librarian, will take us online to show us a variety of databases, search engines, and resources for doing the type of academic research required in your courses.

Is it Common Knowledege, or Should I Cite It? March 25thth (W) 4:15pm-5:15pm Weiner Library Auditorium
(open to ELS students)

Advanced APA Format March 31st (Tu) 3:30pm-5:00pm Weiner Library Auditorium
Designed for those who know the basics of APA formatting, this workshop will offer a brief APA overview before launching into more complicated citation issues. A question and answer period will follow for your specific APA format questions.

Faculty Research Simplified: EndNote Workshop April 3rd (F) 10:00am-11:00am Metro Writing Studio
At this faculty-only workshop, Denise O’Shea, the University’s Systems Librarian, will reveal how to use EndNote (a powerful software program on all faculty laptops) for organizing, managing, and citing the information gathered during research. Learn how EndNote can do the work of formatting papers and bibliographies for you—and can even reformat your work for publication according to the various citation styles required by different journals. For more EndNote info go to: http://library.fdu.edu.

Casual Conversation in English April 7th (W) 3:00pm-4:00pm Metro Writing Studio
FDU students and staff who are non-native speakers of English are invited to practice their spoken English skills. Jeanette Adams will facilitate informal, group discussion; assist with pronunciation; and answer questions about colloquial English.

The American Style of Writing
April 15th (W) 4:00pm-5:00pm Weiner Library Auditorium
Mark Bayarsky will (open to ELS students)

Casual Conversation in English
April 22nd (W) 3:00pm-4:00pm Metro Writing Studio
FDU students and staff who are non-native speakers of English are invited to practice their spoken English skills. Jeanette Adams will facilitate informal, group discussion; assist with pronunciation; and answer questions about colloquial English.

The Writing Studio welcomes ideas and suggestions for future workshops!

Metro Writing Studio ~~~ Weiner Library/Second Floor ~~~ ucoll.fdu.edu/metro ~~~ 201-692-2166 ~~~ boydj@fdu.edu