You spent the past few days exploring the resources available to students at University of Phoenix, and you want to share what you learned with a friend who is interested in enrolling.
Write a 150- to 200-word e-mail to your friend summarizing the resources available to students.
Hi, I would like to continue with our conversation from earlier today on your interests in attending the “University of Phoenix”. This university has many resources to lend you a hand in reaching your goals. The Center for Writing Excellence has an abundance of information and guides to help you with your punctuations and grammar in your writing. There is also the program Riverpoint Writer. This program is designed to take your information and properly format your document. It will even assist with quotes and references and cite them correctly for you. The University also has the plagiarism checker.
The checker will analyze your papers and tell you what your percentage of plagiarism you may have in your paper which allows you to go back and fix your mistakes to avoid plagiarism. The final program I want to introduce to you is WritePoint. Before you submit your papers, you can send your papers to WritePoint and they will proofread and check your papers for you at any time. Giving ideas or suggestions and making changes to improve your paper are some out of many skills that this program has to offer. Once you enroll into the “University of Phoenix” you have complete access to all of these magnificently helpful programs.
I am anxious to hear your thoughts and maybe even your decision on becoming a Phoenix yourself!
You asked your facilitator to review your e-mail draft. She liked what you wrote and asked you to write a summary to post in the class forum for the other students to read.
Write a 150- to 200-word summary for your class of the resources available to students. Remember to write using an academic tone.
The “University of Phoenix” has numerous resources accessible to students attending and furthering their education. For example, in the University’s online library you can find the Center for Writing Excellence or CWE. For those who want to improve their writing or become better writers then this is the tool for you. The Plagarisism Checker is another program that evaluates your paper to make sure you have not plagiarized and ensures that you turn in a clean and unique paper of your own. WritePoint and RiverPoint are two different types of programs so be sure not to get mixed up. WritePoint is used to assess your paper and gives you ideas, suggestions, or comments to aid in improving your paper. Riverpoint writer, on the other hand, properly formats your papers in the APA format which is the style used at this University.
For those who have trouble in the math area, the Center for Mathematics Excellence is your destination. This program is also found in the University’s online library. It has helpful tutorials, step-by-step problems that you can use for practice and videos when you need them. Starting your first math class after months or even years without going through it can be quite scary but luckily for you, this university has a program to help you. The building mathematics confidence is an amazing program that helps you get over that first initial scare of getting back into your mathematics class.