Having problems? Already tried our tutorials and something’s not right?

Contact our Coordinator at Christine.Zabala@Colorado.EDU.

How This Works

Online Session Screenshot

This is what it looks like on your screen during a session with The Online Composition Hub.

We take “composition” to mean work that involves words, visual images, sounds, digital tools, and much more! Our tutors can help with traditional papers or projects that involve web design, video, blogging, Prezi, PowerPoint, etc. You can come see us at any stage of the composing process: brainstorming ideas, drafting, revising, or polishing. You can even get assistance with professional materials, such as resumes, cover letters, applications, and research projects. Not an undergrad student? That’s okay! We will work with graduate students, alumni and staff, too.

You can either meet with a tutor synchronously (as in, you’re both online at the same time and talking to one another), or asynchronously (you communicate via messages but are not online at the same time). Regardless of which option you choose, our tutors will guide you and provide mini-lessons and explanations to help meet your needs. However, you need to be an active participant in the session by sharing your questions and helping us help you. We reserve the right to cancel or discontinue sessions with anyone who is disrespectful or unwilling to work collaboratively.

We look forward to working with you! Use our “how-to” tutorials above and watch the video below to become familiar with our system.