AWD (Academic Writing Desk)
Academic Writing Desk (AWD) supports undergraduate and graduate students in English and Japanese writing with individualized consultation.
＊We will open the Online Academic Writing Desk (AWD) tentatively during 2022 school year.
If you would like to make an appointment, please read ”Making Appointment” carefully. You can only book an AWD lesson if you meet the following requirements
User, Mentor, Service Hour, Venue
The AWD is for
Undergraduate or graduate students of St.Luke's International University.
The consultations are free of charge.
- On a case by case basis
- Up to 1 reservation for one person (group) per day.
- 40min. per consultation (Reservation preferred).
Online with Google Meet
About the Service
The general rule is one document or presentation per AWD. If you need advice on more than one document, you will need to make another appointment.
Category of documents for AWD
- Papers for classes
- Presentation slides
- Dissertation, Capstone, Master thesis and Research Activity
- Journal articles
- Documents for abroad study, admission application, job application.
- Cover Letter, Response Letter
This service is aiming for NOT advising about your research activity but supporting in writing.
Making an appointment
If you would like to make an appointment, please read this email
carefully. You can only book an AWD lesson if you meet the following requirements:
- Please make an appointment by Google form.
- First come, first served basis.
- You can book 1 lesson through the schedule.
- When you book an AWD lesson, you must attach the document you will be using to the reservation e-mail.
- Deadline for applications one week before the consultation day.
- The consultation will be held via personal computer using Google Meet.
- You need to use a teleconference system that has both audio and video.
- You must attend consultation from home. You must not access it from a public place such as cafes etc.
Email to solc[at]slcn.ac.jp（Replace [at] with @-mark)
(Support Office for Learning Community, Center for Academic Resources)
Canceling your appointment
Support Office for Learning Community
Email: solc[at]slcn.ac.jp（Replace [at] with @-mark)
Bibliography for document preparation
Commons 303 has a collection of literature on academic writing (papers, reports and presentations) including literature specifically on writing English papers and presentations for international conferences. Materials may not be removed from 303 and can only be used within the Learning Commons.