Session Materials

The following session materials have been provided by presenters at the conference.

Workshop: Making Waves with Disciplinary Writing Fellows
W. Brock MacDonald, University of Toronto; Tanya K. Rodrigue, Salem State University;
Andrea Williams, University of Toronto
Key Points and Bibliography
1A. Framing WAC Context and Assessment
WAC Becomes Us: Assessing SHU's Shift from Occasional WAC to Required WI Courses
Kelly Shea, Seton Hall University
Presentation
1C. Reflections from the Middle: Fellows, Tutors, Mentors
Sharing the Roles of Learning and Teaching: High School Writing Tutors as WAC Liaisons
Amber Jensen, Edison High School
Prezi Presentation: http://prezi.com/txibi8mfg414/wac-at-the-edison-writing-center/
Handout
Handout
1D. Writing in the Sciences: Shifting the Current by Laying a Foundation for Student Success
Marlee Marsh, Allan Nail, Adrienne Oxley, Nancy Tuten, Columbia College
Presentation
1J. 5x10s: Approaches to Faculty Development
Building Faculty Development into Writing Across the Curriculum: Mississippi State
University's Maroon & Write QEP
Deborah Lee, Mississippi State University
Presentation
2C. What Multimodal Teaching Looks Like
Design and Implementation of a Multidisciplinary, Collaborative Research and Writing
Project for First‐year Students
Kelsey Metzger, University of Minnesota–Rochester
Presentation
2E. Let's Talk about Writing: Enhancing Conversations across Disciplinary and Institutional
Lines
Sandy Tarabochia, University of Oklahoma; Tracy Santa, Colorado College; Rachael Cayley,
University of Toronto
Paper
3A. Writing Assessment: From Standardized to Creative
Measuring Writing Improvement in a Graduate‐level Turkish University: WAC Approach,
Objective Standardized Measurement, and Results
David Albachten, Istanbul Sehir University
Presentation
A Counter Approach to Academically Adrift: An Exploratory Study Examining Undergraduate Writing Abilities through College Writing Requirements
Diane Kelly‐Riley, University of Idaho
Presentation
3C. WIDD: Writing in Diverse Disciplines
Integration of Industry Professionals' Feedback into Improving Writing Skills of
Construction Management Undergraduates
Heidi Wagner, A. Peter Hilger, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
Presentation
3J. WAC/WID Meets CXC/CID: A Dialog between Writing Studies and Communication
Studies with Mini‐Workshop
David Russell, Denise Vrchota, Iowa State University
Link to Article: https://wac.colostate.edu/journal/vol24/vrchota.pdf
Handout
4A. Scaling, Framing, and Sustaining
Using the Framework for Success Across the Curriculum
Duane Roen, Arizona State University
Handout and Bibliography
4D. Student Research and Assignments Across/In the Disciplines
Going Beyond Google: Literacy Across the Disciplines
Alice Horning, Oakland University
Handout and Bibliography
Writing Assignments Evolve when Disciplinary Faculty Collaborate with Writing
Specialists
Sharon Roberts, J. Scott Finn, Auburn University
Presentation
4E. Course Corrections: Sustaining Faculty Development and WAC Integration
Jessie Stickgold‐Sarah, Leslie Ann Roldan, Marilee Ogren, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Presentation
4F. High Risk, High Yield: Embodied Facilitation for Racial Justice in Writing Workshops
Across the Disciplines
Jasmine Kar Tang, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities; Beth Godbee, Marquette University
Presentation
4H. The Role of Local WAC Resources in Our Global, Networked Age
Stephanie White, Bradley Hughes, University of Wisconsin–Madison; Roger Graves,
University of Alberta
Link to Prezi: http://prezi.com/ay79agfxr0fj/the-role-of-local-wac-resources-in-our-global-networked-age/
5F. What Is the Impact on Learning of Integrated WID?
Magnus Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology; Marie Paretti, Virginia Tech
Presentation
5H. Multilingual and Native English‐speaking Student Writers in Clinical Laboratory
Sciences (CLS): A Comparative Pilot Study
Janice Conway‐Klaassen, Donna Spannaus‐Martin, Patricia Eliason, Molly Rojas Collins, Julie
M. Thompson, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
Presentation
5I. Interrogating Disciplinarity in WAC/WID: An Institutional Ethnography
Anne Ruggles Gere, Naomi Silver, Melody Pugh, University of Michigan
Presentation
6C. A New Generation of WAVES: Writers Adapting to Veteran Educational Status
D. Alexis Hart, Allegheny College; Caitlin McCrory, Micah Wright, Texas State University
Presentation
6F. Boats Against the Tide: Students' Struggles with Disciplinary Discourse and the Promise
of Online Writing
Phoebe Jackson, Mark Ellis, Chris Weaver, William Paterson University; Linda Di Desidero,
Marine Corps University
Presentation
6H. Catching Another Wave: WAC at the Graduate Level
Mike Palmquist, Colorado State University; Michelle Cox, Dartmouth College; Magnus
Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology
Presentation
7A. Graduate Instructors and Teaching Assistants: Teaching Writing in the Disciplines
Making Waves with TA Training and Mentoring: The Ripple Effect of Engaging
Disciplinary TAs in WAC/WID
W. Brock MacDonald, Andrea Williams, University of Toronto
Presentation
7C. Faculty Approaches to WAC/WID: Opportunities and Obstacles
Training Mechanical Engineering GTAs to Effectively Evaluate Writing
Nancy Barr, Michigan Technological University
Presentation
Shifting Currents underneath Content 'Coverage' and WAC
Erika Scheurer, University of St. Thomas
Presentation
Handout
7H. Mapping Waves, Bridging Shifts: Disciplinary Faculty Take on Whole Curricula
Pamela Flash, Lisa Miller, Julia Robinson, Leslie Schiff, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities;
Walter Jacobs, University of Wisconsin–Parkside
Presentation
8A. Teaching Demonstrations: Engineering WID
Understanding Research Paper Abstracts through Reverse Engineering and Squeezing
John Carlis, Computer Science, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
Presentation
Paper
Embedding Professional and Academic Writing in the Curriculum of an Applied Sciences
University
Wendy Smeets, Hotelschool The Hague
Presentation
Handout
Handout
8B. WAC Goes Global
Translingualism in the Middle East: Adapting (or Resisting) Arabic Literacies for an
English‐Language Educational Context
James Austin, University of California, Santa Barbara
Presentation
8C. The Better Alamance Project: New Technologies and Writing as Citizenship
Derek Lackaff, Dianne Finch, William Moner, Glenn Scott, Paul Anderson, Elon University
Presentation
8D. The “Extra”ordinary Potential of WAC: New Advantages in a Time of Change
Mary Lou Odom, Beth Daniell, Oumar Cherif Diop, Kennesaw State University; Bonnie Smith
Whitehouse, Belmont University
Presentation
8I. Faculty Roles in WAC: Leaders, Learners, Collaborators
Interdisciplinary Faculty Collaboration: Promoting Uniform Assessment
Kitty S.C. Burroughs, Bowling Green State University
Presentation
Paper