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Students in KCBC

The Kogod Center for Business Communications works with the entire Kogod School of Business community to help develop better writers, more effective speakers, and stronger critical thinkers. Our peer tutors are Kogod majors and minors trained to welcome, mentor, and guide you to become dynamic communicators. The KCBC is located just off the main lobby on the first floor of Kogod (101).

We encourage you to make an appointment no matter where you are in the writing process.

Resources

Proofreading Marks on Paper

Avoiding Plagiarism

Academic integrity is more than just citing sources correctly. Discover examples that you might not know about.

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Graphing Data

Creating Charts

Quick reference guide to the art of creating charts.

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Top Resources

  • Powerpoint Presentation Best Practices

    Learn about best practices in creating PowerPoint slides.

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  • Using the Library's Subject Guides

    Look for your course in the Library’s Subject Guides and find your course for an excellent starting point

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KCBC tutors can help you with:

  • Brainstorming and stating your most critical points
  • Revising any written assignment in progress
  • Understanding what professors expect in written work
  • Planning and rehearsing individual and team presentations
  • Preparing for case competitions
  • Developing PowerPoint slides and advising on data visualization
  • Overcoming nervousness when presenting
  • Writing professional documents (emails, cover letters, reports, and memos)
  • Practicing elevator pitches and Q & A skills

Strong communication skills add value to your internships, capstones, and jobs. We want to be a part of your success.

Get in touch

Contact the Kogod Center for Business Communication anytime during office hours, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, or visit on campus at KSB Room #101.

Email
cbc@american.edu
Phone
(202) 885-1920
Address
Center for Business Communications
4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Room 101
Washington, DC 20016

Make an Appointment

Get advice on any written or oral assignment, no matter where you are in your writing process.

Schedule a time