The WAC Clearinghouse, in partnership with the International Network of Writing Across the Curriculum Programs, publishes open-access journals, books, and other resources for teachers who use writing in their courses.

Books

The Clearinghouse offers open-access, scholarly books, including original monographs and edited collections. To date, we have published more than 60 books. Visit our books main page or view one of our book series.

Perspectives on Writing
Reference Guides to Rhetoric and Composition
Practice and Pedagogy
NCTE on WAC
Landmark Publications in Writing Studies
Writing Spaces
RhetNet Books
International Exchanges on the Study of Writing
Excellence in K-12 WAC
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Journals

ATD
WAC Journal
Double Helix

The Clearinghouse publishes, hosts, or provides access to the archives for seven refereed, open-access journals.

Across the Disciplines
The WAC Journal
Double Helix
Academic.Writing
Language and Learning Across the Disciplines
Journal of Basic Writing
RhetNet

Resources

Our peer-reviewed resources support the use of writing in courses across the disciplines.

An Introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum
Statement of WAC Principles and Practices
The WAC Bibliography
WAC Conference Proceedings
WAC Programs
Announcements and Calls
Conferences and Events
Writing Fellows Programs
Second-Language Writing
The Teaching Exchange
WAC Links
Scholarly Journals
Email Lists

Community

International WAC Network

The Network is an informal community of teachers, researchers, and institutions with shared interests in WAC.

Northeast Writing Across the Curriculum Consortium

NEWACC supports research-based WAC practices, program development, and assessment.

CompPile

CompPile is the leading bibliographic database in composition studies, providing listings of work published in composition and rhetoric since 1939.

REx

REx (the Research Exchange) supports scholars who seek mentoring and a public forum for sharing their work. This peer-reviewed site is sponsored by the WAC Clearinghouse and CompPile.

Bedford Bits

Bedford Bits: Ideas for Teaching Composition provides access in archival form to teaching tips and observations on teaching and learning created by leading scholars, authors, and editors.

Writing Programs Worldwide

Writing Programs Worldwide is an open-access platform for teachers and scholars to talk about individual or departmental initiatives that assist how writing is taught and learned in their locales. It grows out of the same team and project that brought us the Perspectives on Writing collection, Writing Programs Worldwide.

Base Internacional Bibliográfica Sobre Lectura y Escritura

Base Internacional Bibliográfica Sobre Lectura y Escritura ("International Database of Reading and Writing") is a searchable database of publications on reading and writing in higher education in Spanish-speaking countries. Learn more at our information page for the database.

News

REx 1 Released

On May 23, 2016, REx: The Research Exchange Index announced an exciting new resource for the writing community. Designed to raise the visibility of research activity in writing (distinct from scholarship about writing), REx solicits short-form reports from writing researchers at all career stages and around the world, focusing on projects dating from 2000 to the present. REx 1, the first REx publication, is a searchable database of researcher-authored, peer-reviewed reports on contemporary research. It features contributions from more than 60 colleagues reporting on 80 individual research reports. Learn More ...

Bedford Bits Released in Archival Form

The Clearinghouse is pleased to announce the availablility of the archival site for Bedford Bits: Ideas for Teaching Composition, a multivocal weblog featuring leading scholars, authors, and editors. The original Bedford Bits blog was created by Bedford/St. Martin's to feature teaching tips from a range of contributors -- Bedford/St. Martin's authors, faculty from a number of institutions, adjuncts, and graduate students.Learn More ...

IWAC 2016 Set for June 23-26, 2016

The Sweetland Center for Writing at the University of Michigan is pleased to announce that the 2016 International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference will be held June 23-26 in Ann Arbor. The Call for Proposals will be issued on August 1, 2015, and the deadline for proposals will be November 1, 2015. Learn More ...

Consortium on Graduate Communication Summer Institute Set for June 9-11, 2016

This retreat for graduate communication specialists, held at Yale University, will focuss on graduate writing, especially the intersection of Writing Studies/Composition/Writing Across the Curriculum/writing center and ESL/ELT/EAP. Building on our successful 2015 colloquium in Toronto, the CGC Summer Institute is an opportunity for us to roll up your sleeves and pursue the goals of supporting graduate writing skills across disciplines, across types of degree programs, and across diverse groups of graduate students. Learn More ...

Double Helix Releases Volume 3

Quinnipiac University College of Arts and Sciences has published Volume 3 of Double Helix: A Journal of Critical Thinking and Writing. The new volume includes work featured at QUWAC's 2014 conference, "STEM, WAC/WID and the Changing Academy." Double Helix is part of the WAC Clearinghouse family of academic journals. View the Journal ...

International Conference on English Across the Curriculum Held December 14-15, 2015

The International Conference on English Across the Curriculum was held December 14-15, 2015, at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. This two-day conference, which was sponsored by the WAC Clearinghouse, brought together academics from different disciplines and language teaching units to explore ways to enhance students' English in discipline content subjects. Learn More ...

Sustainable Publishing Initiative Enters Fourth Year

Sixty-nine books. Seven journals. Please join us in celebrating 19 years of open-access publishing on the Clearinghouse. Learn more about the Sustainable Publishing Initiative and its first project, the 25 Collective. Learn more ...

CCCC Endorses the Statement of WAC Principles and Practices

The Executive Committee of the Conference on College Composition and Communication has endorsed the International Network of Writing Across the Curriculum Programs statement of WAC principles and practices. View the Statement ...

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