Fill out this form to request a writing or presentation consultation, as described in Writing services offered by the Research Commons. Information about you Last name First name Phone number SFU email address Alternative or preferred email address SFU student identification number Your department/discipline - Select -Computing Science, School ofEngineering Science, School ofMechatronic Systems Engineering, School ofAnthropology, Department of Sociology andAsia-Canada programCognitive Science programCriminology, School ofEconomics, Department ofEnglish, Department ofExplorations programFirst Nations Studies departmentFrench Cohort programFrench, Department ofGender, Sexuality, and Women"s Studies, Department ofGerontology, Department ofGraduate Liberal Studies programHellenic Studies programHistory, Department ofHumanities, Department ofInternational Studies, School forLabour Studies programLanguage Training InstituteLatin American Studies programLinguistics, Department ofPhilosophy, Department ofPolitical Science, Department ofPsychology, Department ofPublic Policy, School ofSociology, Department of Anthropology andUrban Studies programWorld Literature programBeedie School of BusinessCommunication, School ofContemporary Arts, School for theInteractive Arts and Technology, School ofPublishing programFaculty of EducationArchaeology, Department ofSustainable Community Development, Centre forEnvironmental Science programGeography, Department ofResource and Environmental Management, School ofFaculty of Health SciencesActuarial Science and Statistics, Department ofBiological Sciences, Department ofBiomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Department ofChemistry, Department ofEarth Sciences, Department ofMathematics, Department ofMolecular Biology and Biochemistry, Department ofPhysics, Department ofStatistics and Actuarial Science, Department ofNone of the above Degree PhD Masters Honours Do you consider English to be your first language? Yes No Are you an international student? Yes No Information about your consultation request Type of service Read ahead request Writing consultation Presentation consultation Learning consultation English as an additional language (EAL) consultation See Writing services and resources for graduate students for more information on these services. What is your preferred location? SFU Burnaby SFU Vancouver SFU Surrey Remote/virtual You are welcome to choose more than one option. What is your preferred consultation length? 30 minutes 60 minutes What are your preferred dates and times to meet? For Read ahead requests: Do you prefer feedback in person or by email? In person By email For Read ahead requests: What is your preferred campus? SFU Burnaby SFU Vancouver SFU Surrey You are welcome to choose more than one campus. For Read ahead requests: What are your preferred dates and times to meet? For Read ahead requests: When would you like us to return your work to you? Information about your document or project Type of document or project (e.g. term paper, proposal, thesis) Document or project format (e.g. single-spaced or double-spaced, thesis template, journal (columns), Powerpoint) Approximate length in pages What questions or concerns do you have about your document or project? Please note that facilitators do not edit or proofread work. Rather, we provide feedback on patterns of error related to things like: structure, style, flow, transitions, grammar, verb use, presentation. Please note Once your request is received, you will be contacted within two to three business days. Requests will be dealt with in the order in which they are received and are subject to the availability of the Coordinator and Facilitators. For more information about writing and learning consultations, contact Student Learning Commons (SLC) Writing Services Coordinator Robyn Long at firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-782-7165. For more information about English as an Additional Language consultations, contact SLC EAL Coordinator Tim Mossman at email@example.com or 778-782-8510. Personal information collection notice Consultations are confidential and will be managed in accordance with BC's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The information on this form is collected under the authority of the University Act (R.S.B.C. 1996, c.468). It is related directly to and needed by the University for services provided by the SFU Library. The information will be used to administer consultations and read ahead requests with Library staff. If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information please contact Gwen Bird, University Librarian and Dean of Libraries, at 778-782-3265 or firstname.lastname@example.org.