We recommend using the synchronous meeting (audio/video & chat) in the early stages of your writing project for brainstorming and planning, or for a consultation where you feel the need for a back and forth discussion. We recommend using the asynchronous (e-tutoring) option where you submit a draft with questions, for later stages of your writing process when you have a complete or near complete draft of your paper. However, these are general guidelines. You are welcome to choose whichever type of consultation you prefer.
Make an account on https://seattleu.mywconline.com if you don’t already have one.
When you log in the schedule, you’ll see the available blank spaces. Choose an appointment slot and identify which type of consultation you request. Please note that for the asynchronous consultation, you don’t have to be available during that hour, you will need to upload the document that you’d like the consultant to read. Your reserved hour is the time where the consultant will read your paper and provide feedback. The feedback will be available at the end of that hour and you will be notified via email when the document is ready.
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