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1520 Queen Street East, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A2N1. Phone: 705- 949-2301

"No try. Do, or do not. There is no try". - Yoda

Theatre Algoma

Learn the finer points of report and academic writing, and the basics of research writing for credit in the comfortable surroundings of a small Canadian university in Northern Ontario.

Key Benefits

Small classes

                Courses  (Click on your course.)

Description Semester
ENGL1101  English Language and Academic Writing                                             A study of basic English language skills for international students whose mother tongue is not English

Spring 2016


ENGL1501  English and Communication I

Writing the smaller essayThis course has been renumbered as ENGL1801                 Why you should take this course

Winter 2016

ENGL1502  English and Communication II  Writing research and longer essays

Winter 2016

ENGL1801  Language and Written Communication

Winter 2019

Fall 2019 

Under construction  Winter 2020

ENGL2546  Introduction to Creative Writing ,  Performance Writing November/December 2015
ENGL3416 Contemporary Canadian Drama

        Winter 2016

THEA 1115  Introduction to Theatre Not Scheduled

THEA 2167  Introduction to Stagecraft

Not Scheduled
THEA 3167  Introduction to Set Design Not Scheduled
Private Tutor Anytime
English as a Second Language Anytime
Devised Theatre at Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South Korea  Not Scheduled


Are you interested in helping International Students?

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Are you struggling academically or already on Academic Probation?

 The Bounce Back program is designed for you!

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Grammar  -

Can You Answer These 12 Common Grammar Mistake Questions?

APA Citation Reference Guide

SFU APA Citation Guide 6 edition.pdf

Writing Lab


Room Booking

Distant and Blended Learning

How Do You Know What Learning Style is good for you?


LIB 101: Library Research Skills Course 

Algoma University invites faculty, staff and students to use the online LIB 101: Library Research Skills Course hosted by the Arthur A. Wishart Library.  LIB 101 is a digital enhancement to traditional library skills instruction being offered to undergraduate students that is freely available to all!

Learn key concepts and skills at your own pace.  LIB 101 modules include:

  1. Beginning Library Research

  2. Using the Library Catalogue

  3. Searching for Books

  4. Searching for Articles

  5. Using the Web Critically as an Academic Tool

 To get started right away, surf to and login.

 Many thanks to Tracy Spurway for completing the final touches on this site.


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Last modified: May 10, 2019