Upcoming WID Pedagogy Workshops

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Many of our student writers struggle to organize their ideas and express them in a coherently structured way. Participants in this workshop will learn approaches for helping students to review and… read more about Helping Students Write Well-Structured Papers »

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Grading student writing can be a frustrating and time-consuming affair. This session offers guidance on grading and designing context-appropriate guidelines and rubrics (Core 4). Led by Cary… read more about Grading Student Writing »

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Visuals are an essential component of writing in many disciplines--from graphs in the physical sciences to reproductions of artwork in the humanities to maps in the social sciences. Yet students… read more about Writing about Visuals »

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Instructors often spend considerable time marking student papers--identifying errors, making suggestions, line editing, and so on. But the long hours instructors put into this effort are frequently… read more about Giving Efficient and Effective Feedback »

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Working with source texts is a key element of nearly all scholarly writing. Such work involves many elements including choosing sources, summary, paraphrase, quotation, and citation. Students'… read more about Working with Sources »

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Oral presentations can be a meaningful and valuable part of a course, and many students need practice to develop their public speaking skills. Yet students may have misguided ideas about what makes… read more about Assigning Oral Presentations »

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While co-authorship is increasingly common in undergraduate courses, instructors often lack knowledge of how to effectively manage collaborative writing projects. Topics for this session include… read more about Setting Up and Managing Group Writing Assignments »