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Tutors and help with Writing.

 
The Writing Center.  The Writing Center offers free sessions with peer tutors to discuss a piece of your writing. We enjoy working with writers at any level and for writing in any course. Sessions are interactive-- we will engage you in discussion of your papers to guide you in developing your ideas and practicing revising and editing strategies.
 
The Academic Learning Center .  The Academic Learning Center provides Albright students with the opportunity to enhance their academic careers. The peer tutoring program, academic skills workshops, and academic coaching offer students avenues to succeed at a higher level in their coursework while attending Albright. The ALC is committed to helping students through group work and one-on-one consultation. By collaborating closely with students’ faculty and academic advisers, and with other support units like the Writing Center and Disability Services Office, the ALC helps provide a clear path to academic planning and success.

Other Useful Tools

Here are some useful tools to help in researching and writing your paper.

  • Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad).  When you find a promising book, article, or other material that the library doesn't have, you can use Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) to get a copy.  (However, we can't borrow dissertations or books from foreign libraries.)
  • Vericite.  Some professors have students submit papers to Vericite before submission to the professor.  This lets students discover any problems with citations or possible plagiarism in their writing.

There are online resources available to help you navigate the research process safely.

You can also contact a reference librarian:
  • by phone (610) 921-7211
  • by email libraryref@albright.edu
  • at the reference desk in the library
  • by using the chat link on the library main page.
AskHerePa.  When the librarian is not on duty, you can use this 24/7 online service for general research questions.  It is not intended to answer specific questions about Albright, such as circulation or interlibrary loan.