Spring 2023

ChatGPT and the Abolition of Man Brian Thomson | May 1, 2023 It was on January 2023 when a fellow Writing Tutor, Dylan Braun, suggested we start a research project on ChatGPT. The conversation lured me into a seemingly endless series of rabbit holes about ChatGPT, such as its implications for writing centres, education, and […]

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Gayathri’s Reflection Gayathri Fonseka | April 27, 2023 From the time I enrolled in the MA Linguistics program at TWU, I have always benefitted from the writing help I received from the writing tutors. Back then, I had a small thought that it would be great if I got an opportunity to work as a writing […]

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Giving Voice to Thoughts – Tutoring from a Feminist Lens  Divyasri Chakraborty | April 27, 2023 I have been working at the Writing Centre for eight months now. I had no idea that my “personhood” as a therapist would be aligned with that of a tutor until I started here. Carl Rogers, in his book, On […]

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Kiratmani’s Reflection Kiratmani Saran | April 27, 2023   Language gives us access to the world; it is through language that we come in contact with reality.1 However, language is not neutral: it transforms what is into what is for us, to wit, it is perspectival. This semester, I was embedded in Writing and Culture, and […]

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