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U-M Sweetland Writing Center

In 1997, the College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) established the Gayle Morris Sweetland Writing Center to ensure that all LSA graduates leave the University of Michigan with the ability to write well. Founded on the concept that writing is central to the mission of LSA, Sweetland takes a comprehensive approach to its mission by tutoring students in their writing, training upper-level undergraduates to be peer tutors, preparing Graduate Student Instructors to teach writing in the disciplines, supporting faculty in their course development, and conducting research on writing and tutoring pedagogy.

The Project:
From 2001-2004 Anthony was responsible for the design and administration of the SWC website. The site featured a CSS controlled design/layout and the use of dynamic menu navigation. This site has since been redesigned. For samples, see the screen grabs to the right. For more information on the SWC, visit the website.

 

 
Texts Sacred and Canonical: Their Circulation in Public Culture
U-M Department of English V.3—2009-Current
U-M Department of English V.2—2004-2009
U-M MFA in Creative Writing Program
U-M College of Engineering
U-M Hopwood Writing Program
Modernism Unbound Conference
Watching Shakespeare Conference
Responding to the Natural World Conference
U-M Comparative Studies in Society and History
U-M Department of English V.2—2000-2004
New England Literature Program
ACLA Conference
Prison Creative Arts Project
U-M Sweetland Writing Program
Shiga Survival Guide On-Line—1997-2001
A Celebration of Theodore Roethke Conference
Perspectives on English Language Studies Symposium
U-M English Alumni Career Profiles
Williams English V.3 NELP UG Careers Bailey Roethke U-M English V.2 U-M MFA Program U-M COE U-M Hopwood Program U-M Modernism Watching Shakespeare John Knott Shiga Survival Guide U-M CSSH U-M English V.1 ACLA Conference PCAP U-M Sweetland Writing Center
U-M Sweetland Writing Program, Home
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U-M SWC Website
Technology Used:

D/HTML, JavaScript, CSS