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MLA-CCCC Joint Task Force on Writing and AI Working Paper
Teaching Writing with A.I.
Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments
“[Prompt] publish[es] assignments directed at both undergraduate and graduate students from all academic disciplines.”
“Writing Commons is a free, peer-reviewed, Open Education Resource (OER) for college-level writers and college faculty.”
The UWR and Disciplinary Writing
University Writing Requirement (UWR)
WAC Glossary of Terms
Integrating Writing and Speaking into Your Subject
Integrating Writing Into Your Classroom (Montclair State University)
Novice vs. Expert Composing Behaviors (Diane Boehm, Saginaw Valley State University)
Mind Maps: Pictures and Words in Space
Visual Notetaking in the Classroom (Wendy Pillars, Education Week: Teacher)
Writer’s Web: Writing in the Disciplines (University of Virginia)
Writing at the Threshold (Larry Weinstein)
This is a supplement to the book Writing at the Threshold: Featuring 56 Ways to Prepare High School and College Students to Think and Write at the College Level, which is available through Summit. Examples in this supplement are illustrated with literary texts, but strategies can be adapted for other disciplines.
Working with ESL Writers Across the Curriculum (Susan Whitelock)
Roots in the Sawdust: Writing to Learn Across the Disciplines
“Although writing to learn, like writing across the curriculum, emphasizeswriting in all disciplines, its goal is different. Writing across thecurriculum aims to improve the quality of writing, while writing tolearn focuses on better thinking and learning” (Gere 5).
The Ten Basic Comma Rules
How to Use a Semicolon: The Most Feared Punctuation on Earth
North American English Dialects, Based on Pronunciation Patterns
“Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices” (Council of Writing Program Administrators)
EOU Student Code of Conduct
EOU Student Pledge of Academic Integrity
WSU Plagiarism Information Site: Students may be particularly interested in the pages titled “What is it?” and “How to Avoid It.”
Teaching with Blogs
Online Writing Teacher
This blog focuses on teaching online and hybrid composition courses, but the ideas presented could be adapted for writing in other disciplines
A variety of professional and institutional resources on writing outcomes and assessment are listed here.
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