Reading and Writing Resource Center

All tutoring services will be provided remotely through the last day of classes, Monday May 4:

All Reading and Writing Resource Center staff will be working by appointment online through TimeTrade.

Click here for full appointment guidelines.

Click here for TimeTrade Appointment Instructions.

Click here to schedule an appointment:  Tutoring Appointments

The Reading and Writing Resource Center, staffed with Learning Specialists and Peer Tutors, offers drop-in tutoring for students looking for assistance in their writing and reading assignments as well as with MLA, APA and Chicago forms of documentation. 

The Reading and Writing Resource Center is also a quiet work space for those in the process of writing papers.  Writers at all skill levels and at all stages of the writing process are welcome.

Location: Maureen M. Wilkens Hall, Room 108
Phone: 774.330.4526

Reading and Writing Resource Center GuidelinesPDF document

 

Useful Links:

LibGuide logo

LibGuides – CCCC's own research writing resource with information and guidance for courses from Nursing to Comp II.

How to Cite Your Work

www.capecod.edu/web/library/writing/

Purdue Owl logo

Purdue Owl – Purdue University's "On-line Writing Lab" provides guidance on APA and MLA Citation and exercises on incorporating sources, as well as grammar, punctuation and sentence structure exercises.

 

All tutoring services will be provided through ONLINE TimeTrade appointments with our tutoring staff and through Brainfuse Online. Brainfuse Online tutoring offers a maximum of 6 hours of tutoring per calendar month for each student. Brainfuse is accessible through Moodle.