Welcome to the WAC Clearinghouse Conference Proceedings page. In addition to edited collections emerging from conferences such as the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference (IWAC), Writing Research Across Borders, and Computers and Writing, we provide archived materials for IWAC conferences since 2006 as well as the 2003 National Conference on Student Writing and Critical Thinking in Agriculture.
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The following books contain the proceedings of international conferences on writing and writing research.
Edited by Christopher D. M. Andrews, Chen Chen and Lydia Wilkes
The fourth edited proceedings of the annual Computers & Writing Conference includes presentations from the 2022 conference. The page for this book also provides access to archived materials from the conference, such as the conference program, and a link to the conference site.... More
Edited by Lesley Erin Bartlett, Sandra L. Tarabochia, Andrea R. Olinger, and Margaret J. Marshall
Developed from presentations at the 2018 International Writing Across the Curriculum conference, this collection documents a key moment in the history of WAC, foregrounding connection and diversity as keys to the sustainability of the WAC movement in the face of new and long-standing challenges. Contributors reflect on the history and ongoing evolution of WAC, honoring grassroots efforts while establishing a more unified structure of collaborative leadership and mentorship.... More
Edited by Chen Chen and Lydia Wilkes
The third edited proceedings of the annual Computers & Writing Conference includes presentations from the 2019 conference. The page for this book also provides access to archived materials from the conference, such as the conference program, and a link to the conference site.... More
Edited by Charles Bazerman, Blanca Yaneth González Pinzón, David Russell, Paul Rogers, Luis Bernardo Peña, Elizabeth Narváez, Paula Carlino, Montserrat Castelló, and Mónica Tapia-Ladino
The chapters in this volume, drawn from more than 500 presentations at the Fourth Writing Research Across Borders Conference in Bogotá, Colombia, highlight the rapid growth of writing studies in Ibero-America, with its strong concern for critical thought, educational advance, and communal development, alongside new approaches to writing globally, with a focus on the relationship of writing and the growth of knowledge in individuals, professions, and societies.... More
Edited by Chen Chen, Kristopher Purzycki, and Lydia Wilkes
The second edited proceedings of the annual Computers & Writing Conference includes presentations from the 2018 conference. The page for this book also provides access to archived materials from the conference, such as the conference program, and a link to the conference site.... More
Edited by Cheryl E. Ball, Chen Chen, Kristopher Purzycki, and Lydia Wilkes
The first edited proceedings of the annual Computers & Writing Conference includes presentations from the 2016 and 2017 annual conference, including an edited transcript of the 2016 opening town hall, an audio recording of that session, and nearly two-dozen articles based on sessions at the two conferences. The page for this book also provides access to archived conference materials and a link to the conference site.... More
Edited by Sylvie Plane, Charles Bazerman, Fabienne Rondelli, Christiane Donahue, Arthur N. Applebee, Catherine Boré, Paula Carlino, Martine Marquilló Larruy, Paul Rogers, and David Russell
In February 2014, 1200 researchers from 60 countries assembled in Paris for the third Writing Research Across Borders conference. Although this book cannot convey fully the rich diversity of the gathering, it attempts nonetheless to highlight key questions which are shaping the current state of research in the field of writing studies.... More
Edited by Charles Bazerman, Chris Dean, Jessica Early, Karen Lunsford, Suzie Null, Paul Rogers, and Amanda Stansell
The thirty chapters in this edited collection were selected from the more than 500 presentations at the Writing Research Across Borders II Conference in 2011. With representatives from more than forty countries, this conference gave rise to the International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research. The chapters selected for this colelctikon represent cutting edge research on writing from all regions, organized around three themes—cultures, places, and measures. ... More
Edited by Charles Bazerman, Adair Bonini, and Débora Figueiredo
The twenty-four chapters in Genre in a Changing World, reflecting the work of scholars in Europe, Australasia, and North and South America, were selected from the more than 400 presentations at SIGET IV (the Fourth International Symposium on Genre Studies) held on the campus of UNISUL in Tubarão, Santa Catarina, Brazil in August 2007—the largest gathering on genre to that date. ... More
The Fifteenth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was hosted by Colorado State University in a virtual format from August 2nd through 6th, 2021. It was originally scheduled for June 2020, but was postponed due to the complications brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Because the conference was held virtually, all sessions were recorded and are available through this archive.
Quinnipiac University’s 7th Biennial Conference on Critical Thinking and Writing brought together teacher-scholars working in Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines (WAC/WID) and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). It was held in June 2019
The Fourteenth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held on the campus of Auburn University on June 4th through 6th, 2018. The conference was directe by Margaret Marshall and hosted by the Auburn Office of University Writing. The conference planning committee included Christopher Basgier, Tricia Dozier, Nicole Gamache, Heather Stuart, and James Truman.
The Thirteenth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on June 23 through 25, 2016. The conference was organized by Anne Ruggles Gere, Raymond McDaniel, Shelley Manis, Christine Modey, Simone Sessolo, and Naomi Silver and hosted by the Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing.
The Twelfth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held in the Commons Hotel on the campus of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on June 12 through 14, 2014. The conference was chaired by Pamela Flash and hosted by the University of Minnesota's Writing Across the Curriculum Program, Office of Undergraduate Education, and College of Continuing Education.
The Eleventh International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held at the Coastal Georgia Center in Savannah, Georgia, June 7 through 9, 2012. The conference was hosted by the Georgia Southern University and co-sponsored by CITL Writing Program, Indiana University. The conference was co-directed by Michael Pemberton, Randall McClure, and Janice Walker. J. Marie Lutz served as conference coordinator.
The Tenth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held at Indiana University in Bloomington May 20 through 22, 2010. The conference was co-sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin. The conference co-directors were Laura Plummer and Jo Ann Vogt. John Peterson served as conference coordinator and Holly Schreiber served as assistant coordinator.
The Ninth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held at the University of Texas in Austin May 29 through 31, 2008, with assistance from Clemson University, Indiana University, and Utah State University Press. The conference co-directors were Joan Mullin and Susan "George" Schorn.
The Eighth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference was held at Clemson University May 18 through 20, 2006. The conference was hosted with assistance from Columbia College, Cornell University. Miami University, and the University of Missouri, Columbia. The conference co-directors were Art Young and Kathi Yancey.
This three-day conference -- held April 3-5, 2003 at Snow King Resort in Jackson, Wyoming -- brought together college and university faculty and others interested in teaching writing and critical thinking skills in agriculture and related disciplines.