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The first special issue of The Journal of Writing Analytics (Volume 5), “Meeting the Challenges of Workplace English Communication in the 21st Century,” edited by María Elena Oliveri, David H. Slomp, Norbert Elliot, and André A. Rupp has been published.
Registration is open for the 3rd International Conference on English Across the Curriculum online from 20-22 May. Registration is completely free of charge. The organizers write that they have an exciting schedule of presentations and discussions on May 20th and 21st and workshops on May 22nd.
The Association for Writing across the Curriculum and the WAC Clearinghouse invite you to contribute to the WAC Repository, a digital collection of WAC resources pertaining to WAC pedagogy and administration hosted on the WAC Clearinghouse website.
The WAC Clearinghouse endorses statements issued by the Council of Writing Program Administrators and the Conference on College Composition and Communication.
The Association for Writing Across the Curriculum and the WAC Clearinghouse are seeking nominations for awards that recognize contributions to the WAC community through scholarship and achievements. Awardees will be recognized at the upcoming International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference (IWAC) in August 2021.
Proposals are now being accepted for the 3rd International Conference on English Across the Curriculum (EAC), which is co-organized by a cross-institutional team drawn from leading universities in Hong Kong. The EAC 2021 Conference will be held online from 20-21 May 2021.
Middle East-North Africa Writing Centers Alliance (MENAWCA) recently hosted a COVID-19 Discussion Series session on WAC.
Transient Literacies in Action: Composing with the Mobile Surround, by Stacey Pigg, draws on qualitative fieldwork across a coffeehouse and learning commons to trace how 22 writers practice transient literacies with their phones and laptops while engaging in composing activities that range from seminar papers to amateur video game production.
The AWAC Research and Publications Committee has announced a new initiative to match interested members together into writing groups.
Approaches to Lifespan Writing Research: Generating an Actionable Coherence, edited by Ryan J. Dippre and Talinn Phillips, builds on the three themes that emerged from the 2018 inaugural lifespan writing conference—identity, society, and theory—to further the study of writing through the lifespan.