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Business Writing & Presentations Studio
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Welcome to the Business Writing & Presentations Studio

The Business Writing & Presentations Studio helps students in any business course with their business writing and presentation needs. Our goal is to enhance and strengthen students' written and oral communication skills.


Tutors can help you

  • Get started.
  • Organize ideas.
  • Make your argument stronger/clearer/more concise.
  • Polish and revise documents and presentations.

 Tutors will NOT

  • Proofread or edit your documents.
  • Write your presentation or assignment.

The Business Writing & Presentation Studio can be found in two locations in Schneider Hall. The location, hours of operation, and type of support available in each studio are listed below:

Writing Studio, Schneider 322

Spring 2014 schedule:

  • Sunday: 4–6 pm
  • Monday: 4–6 pm
  • Tuesday: 8–12 pm
  • Wednesday: 4–7 pm
  • Thursday: 8–12 pm

Assistance is provided for all forms of written business communication, including email messages, formal letters, press releases, business reports, and employment documents such as resumes and cover letters.

Presentations Studio, Schneider 216

Spring 2014 schedule:

  • Sunday: 12–8 pm
  • Monday–Wednesday: 5–8 pm

Assistance is provided for all forms of professional presentations. Tutors also offer suggestions to students to help them plan, facilitate, and lead small-group meetings and round-table discussions.

Appointments are available in 15-minute blocks. Students are limited to two, 15-minute tutoring sessions per week. Students who need more time can schedule back-to-back appointments on the same day or return later in the week for a second appointment.

Walk-in appointments are welcome, but if students want to guarantee a tutoring session, they should sign up for an appointment online.

For more information, contact Emily Elsner Twesme, Business Writing & Presentations Studio coordinator, UW-Eau Claire Business Communication Program.

How to get the most from your tutoring experience

  • Have an objective. Determine what you need/want help with prior to your meeting.
  • Come prepared to work. Bring the following items with you: your assignment; grading rubric; your textbook(s); paper and pen; and the hard or electronic copy of the work you have completed on the assignment. If you don’t know where to start, jot down your ideas and bring them with you.
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