Resources for Senior I.S.

Seniors! Welcome to the start of your I.S. experience. We know that planning, writing, and revising your I.S. can be a daunting task, but we also know that it’s not impossible—especially if you have a little help. View our video we made that outlines all the help available to you on campus as you work on your project.

IS Writing Retreats

These retreats are designed to help seniors make significant progress on their writing in a quiet, focused environment. Writing Center consultants will be available to answer questions and provide feedback as needed. Breakfast will be provided.

All retreats are held in Williams Hall, 060 from 9:00AM-12:30PM. Check your email for information about how to RSVP before each retreat.

Fall retreats:

  • November 2, 2019
  • November 23, 2019

Spring retreats:

  • January 25, 2020
  • February 29, 2020

Need help with writing your I.S.?

You can set up weekly appointments in the Writing Center. Make an appointment through our scheduling system or stop in to see us.

Check out examples of previous I.S. projects in your department available on Openworks.

Need help with research?

Connect with a librarian from the College of Wooster Libraries.

Or, you might consider attending one of their Zotero workshops.

Need help staying on track?

Check out the resources available through the Learning Center.

Attend one of our weekend Writing Retreats in October, November, January, or February. Watch your email for notifications, or stop by the Writing Center for more information.

You might also try making use of some of these apps to keep you focused and motivated:

Need help with formatting?

Find out about your Departmental I.S. Guidelines.

Connect with Educational Technology for a formatting workshop or seek help from one of the staff at the Digital Media Bar in Andrews Library.

Have a digital I.S.?

Contact Jacob Heil, Digital Scholarship Librarian and Director of Core.