Resources developed by Drew faculty and by WAC programs elsewhere
Below you will find links to resources developed by Drew faculty and by WAC programs elsewhere. (Please share others that we might add to this site.)
* Questions to ask as you design writing assignments
* Write-to-Learn assignments for college seminars – WTL activities & suggestions about how to incorporate them into a course
* General assignment design – Strategies for developing assignment instructions in a way that facilitates good student response.
* Sample WID & WM Assignments & Syllabi – A range of assignments shared by Drew faculty
* Sample Rubrics from Drew Faculty – Rubrics and strategies shared by our colleagues
* What students have to say about grading – YouTube video produced by students about what they value in instructor feedback.
Resources from Elsewhere
- OWL Purdue: Writing Across the Curriculum & Writing to Learn: suggestions for incorporating writing and writing-to-learn activities in your classes
- WAC at George Mason University: one of the country’s leading WAC programs
- The WAC Clearinghouse: Central collection site for WAC nationwide programs. Contains many resources, including readings and is the home of Across the Disciplines
- University of Richmond WAC program: full program description and resources
- Council of Writing Program Administrators: National professional organization for writing program administrators. Policy statements, teaching resources, and the Writing Program Administration Journal
- Central Michigan University: WAC/WID: Program description and writing center resources
- Minnesota State Writing to Learn: Description of program, sample assignments, key concepts
- University of Illinois WAC: Program description, links, resources, assignments and syllabi.
Sandra Jamieson. 2013