Academic Writing Centre
Service available for: Undergraduates & Postgraduates.
The Academic Writing Centre in Trinity College Dublin is run by Student Learning Development. Student Learning Development offers a variety of writing services for all students to help them develop their academic writing skills. Students of all levels and abilities, even the very high achievers, often need support and/or advice to achieve their best; SLD can give that support.
The Writing Clinic appointments are sometimes heavily booked. If you need an earlier appointment, please consider booking a general appointment or brief appointment. Click here for information
Writing Centre Appointments
The Academic Writing Centre offers individual, 30 minute, consultations for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students. Students are invited to attend for support with writing strategies in areas such as essay/thesis/dissertation/reflective writing, structuring, critical thinking & writing and referencing/plagiarism. Click here to book an online, individual appointment with an SLD trained advisor.
PG Shut Up & Write Café
The Shut Up and Write Café allows Postgraduates from all disciplines to get together to write for 1.5 hours within a structured framework and also enjoy a cup of coffee. These groups are facilitated by a member of the SLD team. Click for more information.
"Tips Talks" is a series of 30 minute webinars in specific areas of Academic Writing. Topics include analysing titles and structuring essays, building arguments, critical thinking as well as some on sentences, paragraphs, proofreading your own work and more. Click for our schedule and links to join.
Writing Skills Workshops
We run a wide range of FREE workshops for Undergraduates and Postgraduates. Workshops are based on proven strategies to help students improve their performance. Topics include essay writing, thesis writing, literature reviewing and many more. Click for our schedule and links to join.
Online Writing Resources
The SLD Blackboard module has been developed to provide resources 24/7. The module contains recorded workshops, audio and video files, downloadable documents as well as interactive websites and useful links on topics such as Essay Writing, Critical Thinking, Thesis Writing, Exam Skills, Literature Reviewing and much more. Click for more information.
The Writing Centre periodically recruits Doctoral students from Trinity College Dublin to facilitate appointments in our Writing Clinic. If you are interested in applying for a position, please click here for full details.