What WAC Offers Faculty
The WAC Coordinator offers the following resources to
the BSU community:
- One-to-one meetings with
instructors to discuss any aspect of teaching with writing such as using
writing activities to promote learning and critical thinking; responding to
student writing; helping students learn the ways of writing preferred in
their major discipline; and designing assignments, writing assessment tools,
and facilitating writing workshops in your classroom.
on aspects of teaching with writing that are open to both full-time
and part-time faculty.
- Resources such as
handouts and books on different aspects of teaching with writing, as well as the
resources made available through this website.
WAC Network, which is a group of faculty and librarians who are
dedicated to supporting the teaching of writing on campus. The
this Network receive specialized training in WAC pedagogy and then share
their knowledge about teaching with writing through WAC Discussion Group
meetings and informal meetings and discussions with colleagues across
- Support for faculty
writing through the BSU Community of Writers program, a WAC/CART
collaboration that offers a colloquia series on topics related to writing
- Support for graduate
writing through the Graduate Writing Fellows programs, a WAC/Graduate
School collaboration that works with graduate programs to organize a
peer-to-peer writing support program for their students.
To schedule a meeting or workshop, please contact Michelle Cox, the WAC Coordinator, at (508) 531-2183 or
Last Modified: November 15, 2010