Why include writing in my courses?
What is writing in the disciplines?
What should I know about rhetorical situations?
Do I have to be an expert in grammar to assign writing?
What should I know about genre and design?
What should I know about second-language writing?
What teaching resources are available?
What should I know about WAC and graduate education?
What makes a good writing assignment?
How can I avoid getting lousy student writing?
What benefits might reflective writing have for my students?
Using Peer Review
Why consider collaborative writing assignments?
Do writing and peer review take up too much class time?
How can I get the most out of peer review?
Responding to Writing
How can I handle responding to student writing?
How can writing centers support writing in my courses?
What writing resources are available for my students?
How can computer technologies support writing in my classes?
Designing and Assessing WAC Programs
What designs are typical for WAC programs?
How can WAC programs be assessed?
More on WAC
A wide range of resources for students is available on the Clearinghouse. You'll find writing guides, links for writers, and an annotated list of open-access writing textbooks in our section, Writing Resources.
You'll also find a wide range of writing resources in local campus writing centers and sometimes in institutional tutoring centers.
Look, as well, for resources such as online writing labs, such as the Purdue OWL, Writing@CSU, and the Excelsior OWL.