Collections consist of broadly focused sets of materials organized by individual authors or teams of authors to shed insights on a particular topic or issue.
This fully open access and peer-reviewed collection features 34 undergraduate-level assignments to support students' AI literacy, rhetorical and ethical engagements, creative exploration, and professional writing text gen technology, along with an Introduction to guide instructors' understanding and their selection of what to emphasize in their courses. TextGenEd enables teachers to integrate text generation technologies into their courses and respond to this crucial moment.
The work of teaching writing is a constant process of experimentation, revision, and collaboration, particularly when teaching with technologies that shift and evolve quickly. Continuing Experiments is a sustained response to the constant change that is built into teaching writing with text generation technologies. Here, we publish semi-annual addendums to TextGenEd: Teaching with Text Generation Technologies (Eds. Vee, Laquintano, Schnitzler), a collection of early experiments in pedagogy with generative text technology, including but not limited to AI, that was published by the WAC Clearinghouse in August 2023. These assignments undergo an editorial review process, through which we aim to showcase some of the thoughtful, of-the-moment experimentation happening in writing-intensive classrooms across disciplines.
View archived materials and edited collections emerging from conferences such as the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Writing Research Across Borders, and Computers & Writing.
This collection of resources includes experiments with current AI generation—essays created with OpenAI's GPT-3, a list of developing resources on AI generators and writing, and an invitation for visitors to this site both to comment on the sample essays included here and, also, to share your examples of AI-generated essays.
In this collection, you'll find WAC-related grant project descriptions (funded and unfunded; hosted by any disciplinary department). The collection will provide examples to help other scholars in the field identify potential funding sources for their own projects.