We publish news from the WAC and writing communities. Visit to catch up on upcoming conferences, see calls for proposals, notices of newly published books and other scholarly projects, stories of WAC programs and practitioners in the news. If you have WAC news you want to share, please send a note to WACClearinghouseNews@gmail.com.
New book draws from WAC/WID, second language writing, rhetoric and composition, and scholarship on English teaching and learning in South Korea to describe the ways writing as a privileged literate activity shapes and is shaped by the development of one university’s transnational campuses.
The WAC Clearinghouse and the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum have issued a joint statement on support for Ukraine.
User Experience as Innovative Academic Practice provides case studies from various points of instruction and curricular design to illustrate how a user experience (UX) methodology provides invaluable insight into understanding and including student-users.
New, open-access field guide, Community is the Way: Engaged Writing and Designing for Transformative Change, offers a vision for enacting social justice with community partners.
March 14 is the 25th anniversary of the founding of the WAC Clearinghouse.
Sixth-grade students write about the Eucharist in their reports.
Nominate your program for the Exemplary WAC Program Awards. Nominations are due by April 15, 2022.
Byfleet Primary students are writing across the curriculum while studying ancient Egypt.
Writing Studies, the open textbook series for undergraduate composition, seeks proposals for activities and assignments to add to the text’s archive.
Elementary students complete quick writes and then a think-pair-share activity.