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All-Star Collectors Cards: Asynchronous Writing

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What is Asynchronous Writing?

Did you know?

38% of national institutions offer asynchronous writing help, while only 30% provide synchronous help (National Census of Writing). The Learning Commons offers both, completely free of charge!

Students reported asynchronous online tutoring to be slightly MORE reliable, clear, and satisfactory than face-to-face tutoring in a university study (de Jong et al.).

English students who use tutoring are 13.7% more likely to pass the class. In the Communications category, that number rises to a 31.9% increase (CollegeXpress).


Q: What is Asynchronous Writing Assistance?

A: The Asynchronous Writing Assistance program allows you to send your paper to a tutor with specific questions and feedback requests. The writing consultant completes a form answering these questions and offering advice, which you can review in your own time.

Q: How does this help me?

A: Asynchronous writing consultations allow you to receive free, personalized feedback on your paper within 72 hours of your request. With your consultant's help, you become a stronger writer and submit essays with confidence.


Writing tip! Read your paper aloud to catch errors and improve your essay's readability

Find this resource: Online at the asynchronous writing webform available on our website

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Asynchronous Writing

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Matteo Ricciardi

About the Artist

Matteo Ricciardi is currently a Fine Arts Major at Laramie County Community College. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, his natural gift for art and creativity was clear from an early age. Matteo lived in Western Nebraska before moving to Cheyenne, Wyoming in 2008. Matteo was proud to be a South High Bison and it was in the Art Classes at South, that his passion for art grew. Matteo spent his first semester out of high school traveling and studying art and architecture in France and Italy. Matteo normally prefers to work in charcoal and pencil but has recently broadened out into digital media. Matteo reflects that this project was a difficult undertaking for him, as it is his first formal artwork for use outside of a classroom setting. Matteo's goal is to use his art to send a positive message and invoke a feeling of wonder. "I find myself always in wonder by the beauty in the world around us. To me, that feeling of wonder is the greatest feeling ever and I want to encourage that feeling in others. "To provoke that feeling Matteo uses visual realism with fantastical elements. For more on Matteo's artistic journey, follow him on Instagram