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Resources for Teaching Writing
This Zoom webinar, brought to you by EWP's Writing in the Disciplines department and the FAS Office of Educational Technology, highlights strategies for promoting student engagement (scaffolding assignments, peer-review, staging research, small group discussions, etc.) from a distance learning perspective. How, we ask, can we take what's best about our classrooms and create a similar environment online? We will discuss a variety of synchronous and asynchronous options to foster students' deep learning. Finally, we will open up the discussion to share successes and troubleshoot stumbling blocks we’ve experienced (or anticipate experiencing) as we and our students face this unprecedented challenge together.
Resources for Writers
Statement on Academic Integrity
The following Writing Guides focus on the most essential and often challenging rhetorical moves in academic prose. Designed as mini-lessons, they take you through a step-by-step process that offers examples, explanations, and practice. These guides should be seen as useful supplements to your current writing education, lending you help as you develop and enhance your techniques and approaches as a writer. The topics include:
Remote tutoring is available for students at select study away sites. You will learn more about it when you study abroad.
These resources were developed and identified by Jono Mischkot, EWP Assistant Director of the Writing Center.