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Write Time, Write Space — Graduate Open Writing Lab

May 08, 2014
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The SFU Research Commons has just announced a great opportunity to spend time focused on your writing.

Write Time, Write Space —Graduate Open Writing Lab
Research Commons, 7th Floor, WAC Bennett Library, Burnaby
Mondays 2:30–5:30 pm (Burnaby Campus)
Starting Monday May 26, 2014
The Graduate Open Writing Lab is for all graduate students who want the time and a quiet, dedicated space to work on their writing. A Graduate Writing Facilitator will be available for consultations and to answer questions.

In conjunction with the Open Writing Lab a series of facilitated workshops will be offered, the hour prior to the lab, that focus on writing and researching. Students will be given the opportunity to request topics for these workshops. Drop in and join us.

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