Tutoring and Teaching Cover Letters and Memos: Writing Studio Session, Thursday November 1st

Tutoring and Teaching Cover Letters and Memos, Taught by Seth Hagen–12pm , Thursday, November 1stTroy Moore Library, 9th floor General Classroom Building

Some of the most common types of business writing are often the most difficult. Cover letters and memos present the dual difficulty of needing to be concise while also needing to communicate a message effectively and efficiently. This presentation will discuss the best way to tutor students working on these types of writing, and how to write effective cover letters and memos. Some library resources on this topic include the following: The AMA handbook of business documents: guidelines and sample documents that make business writing easy; Gallery of best cover letters; and Winning cover letters.

Seth Hagen, after practicing law in Texas and New York, is currently working on his M.A. in Literary Studies at Georgia State University. He received a B.A. in English and Political Science from Tulane University, a J.D. from the University of Southern California, and an LL.M (Masters in Law of Taxation) from New York University. In addition to tutoring at GSU, Seth has tutored at Grady High School’s Writing Center since 2010. He has taught high school creative writing and essay workshops, and he is currently enjoying teaching English 1101 at GSU.

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I am the subject librarian at Georgia State University for language and literature in the departments Applied Linguistics and English as a Second Language, English, and Modern and Classical Languages.
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