Write Daily, Get Encouragement Weekly with WAGs
With all the demands on your time, do you struggle to make time for scholarly writing? Would you benefit from a support group of fellow graduate students who are working on a similar writing project?
Writing Accountability Groups (WAGs) provide a structured writing schedule with an accountability system to keep you on-track and productive. WAGs provide support for all forms of scholarly writing, such as theses and dissertations, scholarly journal articles, lengthy class assignments, grant applications and more.
WAGs involve weekly hour-long meetings with an interdisciplinary group of fellow graduate students, while pledging to write 30 minutes each daybetween meetings. Participants in each WAG hold each other accountable and provide encouragement and support.
The purpose of WAGs is to set up a schedule and support system to help you write more. WAGs are not intended to provide feedback on the writing you produce nor to improve your writing skills.