Late Night Against Procrastination (LNAP)

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Thursday, March 7, 2019 - 3:00pm to Friday, March 8, 2019 - 12:00am

For one night every semester the Writing & Learning Centre takes over the Great Hall - offering space to work on your assignments with support on hand, along with activities, workshops, and opportunities to de-stress planned throughout the night. We also make sure to keep lots of coffee, tea, and healthy snacks on hand to keep you fuelled and feeling good. 

Here are some of the things planned for LNAP Winter 2019:

  • The Health & Wellness Breakzone - a chill space to de-stress with board games, colouring books, and good company
  • Open workspace in the Great Hall!
  • Collaborative zine-making project focused on procrastination and self-care
  • VISC 1002 Research Essay Workshop
  • Tutoring throughout the evening for support with any assignment
  • ELL tutoring for support with any English language concerns, and support for any assignment
  • Film Screening brought to you by the OCAD Student Union
  • Lots of healthy snacks, coffee, and tea (stay later for pizza and the Late Night Dessert Bar, brought to you by the Student Feedback on Courses survey)

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This event is FREE and open to all current OCAD U students. LNAP does not require registration.
This event is accessible. It is located on the second floor of 100 McCaul, which can be accessed via stairs or elevator. There are single-stall, gender-neutral washrooms on the same floor.

Venue & Address: 
Great Hall, OCAD University (MCA, level 2)
Website: 
ocadu.ca/wlc
Email: 
wlc@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext. 229
Cost: 
FREE
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Michelle Miller stafford

Michelle is a recent graduate of the PhD in York University's Language, Culture and Teaching program and a prior graduate of the MFA in creative writing at UBC. She researches representations of girls' adolescence in contemporary coming of age comic books, as well as the pleasures and the pressures of reading as an intellectual and emotional practice.

At OCADU, she teaches in the first year writing program, as well as a fourth year seminar on comics.

Her teaching (and writing and learning) practice is inspired by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, who writes:

Writing Resources

Art writing books available at the library
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 2:00pm to Saturday, November 29, 2014 - 10:45pm

A short guide to the best library resources for writing academic essays about art, design, and any other research topics.

Looking for some help with your essay assignments? The OCAD U library's November book display highlights writing resources in the collection. This includes guides to academic writing, guides to writing about art and design, collections of example essays, and encyclopedias and dictionaries for critical concepts and vocabulary. To accompany the display, a short online guide to the best library resources for writing can be found online at: http://ocad.libguides.com/writingresources

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Library 113 McCaul St. Room 1215
Website: 
http://ocad.libguides.com/writingresources
Email: 
sbutterill@ocadu.ca; dpayne@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext. 334 (reference desk)
Cost: 
Feel FREE to sign-out any books with a valid OCAD U ID card!