We all know this feeling: you turn in a draft and get it back covered in comments, whether from your professor or other students. We know these comments are supposed to help us, but sometimes they make us feel even more confused about what we're supposed to do next. How are you supposed to know which comments to use in revision? What do you do when the comments are confusing or when you get conflicting suggestions? Though this feedback really can offer guidance for revision, it's easy to feel even more frustrated and less clear about your work after getting it. This workshop will help you learn to understand the feedback you get from your teachers and peers, helping you revise effectively and create the paper your reader really wants.
Humanities & Sciences:English
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