The Clearinghouse editors and members have compiled the following resources to support scholarly inquiry in WAC, CAC, ECAC, and writing studies more generally; to support WAC program development and operation; to support writing instruction and the use of writing in disciplinary courses; and to support writers.
This repository will feature pedagogical, workshop, programmatic, and professional development materials, including handouts, presentation slides, outlines of workshops or activities, email announcements or invitations, promotional marketing tools, videos, recordings of events, assignments, rubrics, and other suitable media. These will be made available via the WAC Clearinghouse website in August of 2021 for the WAC community to peruse and adapt for use in their own institutional context.
The Clearinghouse offers a number of resources for the writing studies and writing across the curriculum communities, including lists of scholarly journals, email distribution lists and groups, and podcasts as well as links to resources that support the teaching and learning of writing.
The Clearinghouse offers numerous resources for WAC scholars, program administrators, and faculty, including our introduction to WAC, our WAC Links, a list of WAC programs, lists of scholarly journals and email lists, and several special areas devoted to issues such as writing fellows programs and teaching second-language learners.
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, access to the archives of Bedford Bits, and a list of links to teaching resources elsewhere on the web.
The WAC Clearinghouse provides a range of resources for writers. Many of these are adapted from the Writing@CSU website, which has supported writers and teachers since it was established in 1993 at Colorado State University. Resources include more than 80 writing guides, which cover topics ranging from developing ideas for a writing project to genres in a range of disciplines to up-to-date citation guides to systems including APA, MLA, CSE, and Chicago.
The Clearinghouse is developing a set of resources for researchers who focus on historical, linguistic, and empirical research of various kinds. At this time, we are delighted to feature the Dartmouth '66 Exhibit, as well as two calls for new research resources here.