Welcome to the WAC Clearinghouse
Supporting Scholarly Exchange About Communication Across the Disciplines
In the past few weeks, we've released several new resources:
- Amplifying Soundwriting Pedagogies: Integrating Sound into Rhetoric and Writing, edited by Michael J. Faris, Courtney S. Danforth, and Kyle D. Stedman, appears in the Practices & Possibilities books series.
- A special issue of Across the Disciplines is available. Guest editors Brian Hendrickson and Justin Nicholes present STEM and WAC/WID: Co-Navigating Our Shifting Currents.
- Methods and Methodologies for Research in Digital Writing and Rhetoric: Centering Positionality in Computers and Writing Scholarship, Volumes 1 and 2, edited by Crystal VanKooten and Victor Del Hierro, appear in the Practices & Pedagogy series.
- A special issue of Open Words: Access and English Studies is available. Guest editors Claire Carly-Miles, Lori Arnold, and Matthew McKinney share a thoughtful discussion of diversity, inclusion, and social justice in the writing classroom.
- Heather Falconer's new book, Masking Inequality with Good Intentions, appears in the Practices & Possibilities Series.
- The Dartmouth ’66 Exhibit has made available the recording of a webinar in which a panel of international scholars explores the impact of the Dartmouth '66 Seminar.
- Two new republished books are now available: Greg Myers' landmark book on the rhetoric of science, Writing Biology, and Patricia Dunn's groundbreaking book Talking, Sketching, Moving: Multiple Literacies in the Teaching of Writing.
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Welcome to the WAC Clearinghouse. We are an open-access publishing collaborative that draws on the contributions of more than 180 scholars from six continents. Our members serve in editorial roles ranging from journal and book series editors and editorial staff members to peer-reviewers and editorial board members. We publish articles and books of interest to both the writing-across-the-curriculum community and the larger writing studies community. We support research on the use of writing to support learning and teaching. And we provide a wide range of web-based resources for instructors who wish to use writing in their courses. You can access our publications, use the CompPile database, and access resources through the following links.
The Clearinghouse offers more than 175 open-access, scholarly books, including original monographs and edited collections. View our books
The Clearinghouse publishes, hosts, or provides access to the archives for several refereed, open-access journals. View our journals
The leading database in the field of writing studies, CompPile allows ready reference to writing studies scholarship from 1939 to the present. View CompPile
Our peer-reviewed resources
support the use of writing in courses across the disciplines.
The Clearinghouse and the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum sponsor awards for WAC scholarship, program development, and achievements.
More than 2500 individuals have contributed work in the open-access books and journals on this site.
The Clearinghouse relies on a large, distributed network of colleagues who work together to publish our books and journals in open-access formats. If you would like to support these efforts, please view options for one-time and sustaining donations as well as institutional and organizational sponsorships.