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Student Resources | Writing Center | Cedarville University, a Christian College - 1 views

    Cedarville's writing center offers tutoring guides to papers in specific disciplines: lab reports in engineering, legal briefs, literary analysis, marketing, criminal justice, and many other fields.
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Write Online: Academic Writing Guide - 0 views

    The Writing Centres of the University of Waterloo, the University of Guelph, and Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, collaborated on the production of this online and publicly-available writing resource, Taking a WID approach, the website introduces students to writing three assignment genres -- a lab report, a case study report, and a reflective essay -- through descriptive text, models, and interactive activities.
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Writing Lab Newsletter 3.8 (April 1979) - 0 views

    conference announcements; "Building a Comprehensive English Learning Center at Del Mar College" (discusses materials, function, teacher education, advertising/promotion); "Where Does the Writing Center Fit In?" (WCs supporting WAC); mailing list
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Attracting Students from Non-Humanities Discipline - 1 views

    a discussion on how to encourage students from various disciplines to visit the writing center
Lee Ann Glowzenski

WAC Resources for Faculty - 0 views

    crowdsourcing a list of resources
Lee Ann Glowzenski

WAC/WID: History - 0 views

    crowdsourcing materials related to writing in history courses
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Handouts - The UNC - Chapel Hill Writing Center - 0 views

    handouts on writing, citation, style, LOCs, contexts and disciplines
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Handouts on WID for Students - 0 views

    several websites with handouts and resources
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Writing in the STEM Disciplines - 1 views

    "In addition to publications in journals and books, the WAC Clearinghouse provides access to two resources focused on writing in science, technologogy, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

    The STEM Bibliography
    The Writing-to-Learn in STEM Bibliographic Database"
Lee Ann Glowzenski

The WAC Bibliography - 0 views

    Links to all of the WAC Bibliographies on the following topics:
    Writing in the Disciplines
    Writing to Learn
    Program Design
    Faculty Concerns
    WAC in Two-Year Colleges
    WAC in the Schools
    WAC in the Disciplines
    WAC Assessment
    Writing Processes
    Writing Conventions
    WAC and Writing Centers/Learning Centers
    Writing Fellows Programs
    WAC and Second-Language Writing
    Service and Experiential Learning
    Discourse Analysis
    Graduate Students
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