The Clearinghouse community offers several sets of resources to support teachers interested in using writing in their courses. These include a rich collection of teaching guides, the University of Delaware's Teaching tips, and a list of links to teaching resources elsewhere on the web.
This introduction to writing across the curriculum provides an overview of key concepts, offers advice based on research, theory, and practice, and provides examples and materials that will support the effective use of writing in courses across the disciplines.
The Clearinghouse offers access to a number of books that provide guidance to instructors who assign writing in their courses. Topics addressed include, among others, designing writing assignments, teaching grammar and style, conducting writing conferences, and using writing-to-learn activities effectively.
View links to national and international writing fellows programs, relevant scholarly resources, expanded and inclusive descriptions of fellows and fellowships, and a survey of Writing Fellows programs.
View suggestions for approaches to advocating for second-language writers through WAC/WID, bibliographic resources, and links to resources useful for bringing a multilinguistic and multicultural lens to faculty development, programming, practice, and research.
The WAC Clearinghouse and the University of Delaware offer a collection of "tipsheets" for faculty development as a general resource for anyone doing workshops or seeking good advice to distribute to college faculty. They advance both writing to learn and writing in the disciplines approaches.