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Woodsworth College

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Woodsworth College

119 St. George Street New Wing

Toronto, Ontario,M5S 1A9

Canada

Company Description

Woodsworth College provides academic services to assist students in their courses. The Academic Writing Centre, Academic Skills Workshops and the Computer Laboratory are offered free of charge to Woodsworth College students. ... more

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Brock Macdonald
Brock MacDonald Senior Lecturer, Woodsworth College Director, Academic Writing Centre Brock MacDonald joined the staff of the Woodsworth College Writing Lab (as it was known then) as a part-time instructor in 1989, and became Director of the Academic Writing Centre (as it's called now) and a full-time Lecturer at Woodsworth in 2004. Between the early Nineties and 2004, he also worked on writing initiatives for the Faculty of Pharmacy, taught at UTM's Academic Skills Centre, developed and taught writing courses for both undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, and was the Academic Coordinator of the Effective Communication Certificate Program at Engineering's Professional Development Centre. More recently he has been involved in several initiatives in the Faculty of Arts and Science, including a two-year study of writing in the Department of Geography, a project to improve essay writing in 3rd-year Philosophy courses, and the Faculty's Writing Instruction for TAs (WIT) program. Whatever his other activities, teaching in the Woodsworth Writing Centre has been a constant. "It's always interesting and always rewarding," he says, "because every student is unique, and in the Centre we work with students individually, one-on-one.


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Brock Macdonald


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Brock MacDonald
W. Brock MacDonald, BA, MA Brock MacDonald joined the staff of the Woodsworth College Writing Lab (as it was known then) as a part-time instructor in 1989, and became Director of the Academic Writing Centre (as it's called now) and a full-time Lecturer at Woodsworth in 2004. Between the early Nineties and 2004, he also worked on writing initiatives for the Faculty of Pharmacy, taught at UTM's Academic Skills Centre, developed and taught writing courses for both undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, and was the Academic Coordinator of the Effective Communication Certificate Program at Engineering's Professional Development Centre. More recently he has been involved in several initiatives in the Faculty of Arts and Science, including a two-year study of writing in the Department of Geography, a project to improve essay writing in 3rd-year Philosophy courses, and the Faculty's Writing Instruction for TAs (WIT) program. Whatever his other activities, teaching in the Woodsworth Writing Centre has been a constant. "It's always interesting and always rewarding," he says, "because every student is unique, and in the Centre we work with students individually, one-on-one. • Brock, P & Socknat, T P (1999) Challenge to Mars: Essays on Pacifism from 1918 to 1945.


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Brock MacDonald
Senior Lecturer, Woodsworth College Director, Academic Writing Centre Brock MacDonald joined the staff of the Woodsworth College Writing Lab (as it was known then) as a part-time instructor in 1989, and became Director of the Academic Writing Centre (as it's called now) and a full-time Lecturer at Woodsworth in 2004. Between the early Nineties and 2004, he also worked on writing initiatives for the Faculty of Pharmacy, taught at UTM's Academic Skills Centre, developed and taught writing courses for both undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, and was the Academic Coordinator of the Effective Communication Certificate Program at Engineering's Professional Development Centre. More recently he has been involved in several initiatives in the Faculty of Arts and Science, including a two-year study of writing in the Department of Geography, a project to improve essay writing in 3rd-year Philosophy courses, and the Faculty's Writing Instruction for TAs (WIT) program. Whatever his other activities, teaching in the Woodsworth Writing Centre has been a constant. "It's always interesting and always rewarding," he says, "because every student is unique, and in the Centre we work with students individually, one-on-one.


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Instructors: W. B. MacDonald & T. Moritz, Woodsworth College


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