About the Writing Program

Domain of One's Own

Broadly outlined, this project enables students at all course levels and across the disciplines to author and administer their own websites. Student domains function as hubs for course work, social media, film and video archives, professional portfolio materials, and civic engagement resources. 

If you’re a student in one of our Domain courses, then throughout the semester your class will be exploring web literacies, new media composing practices, and experiential learning activities that put your domain to use. When the course is over, the space is yours to continue building on. We hope that you’ll use it to narrate, define, and archive your learning.

To sign up for your own domain, go here and login with your Emory netID and password. If you're already part of the program, follow that same link to sign in and get to your cPanel.

If you need assistance with some aspect of managing your domain or publishing your coursework, check out the Domain documentation pages.

Check out the faculty who are teaching in the program this semester to find out more about these classes. Or find out who taught with Domain in its pilot year of 2013-2014.

Writing Center

The Emory Writing Center staff includes talented and welcoming undergraduate and graduate tutors from a range of disciplines. They are eager to work with all writers at all stages of the composing process. Whether you are exploring ideas, revising a draft, or polishing a final version of a project, the Writing Center is the place for you. They offer discussion- and workshop- based tutorials for individuals and groups that enable writers to approach their work with fresh eyes and to consider a variety of strategies for writing, revising, and editing.

All Writing Center tutors are trained to work with digital and multi-modal texts in addition to traditional papers. Tutors can talk with you about the purpose, organization, and audience of your work, your design choices, or how you engage other texts. They can also work with you on sentence-level concerns, including grammar, syntax, and word choice; however, they will not proofread for you. Instead, they will discuss strategies and resources you can use to become a better editor of your own work.

Make an appointment using our online appointment system.