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Barnard professors of any discipline can request Writing Fellows to work with their course.
R.A.s and other campus leaders can request Writing Fellows to host drop-in hours, workshops, or other projects for their events.
Students, like seniors working on their thesis, may meet with Writing Fellows outside of Writing Center hours.
The Center for Communication Practices shows when to use: the, an, or a.
Grammarly Blog is a source for many grammar tips, videos, and definitions. In this post, Grammarly outlines how to use commas and provides examples.
Grammar Monster is another resource providing definitions, examples, and tips for various grammatical contexts.
The New Yorker's Mary Norris has written articles and made videos that describe how to use a comma, the difference between "who" and "whom", and other useful tips about grammar.
Each department and program is assigned a Personal Librarian who work with students to articulate research questions and map out a search strategy.