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Teaching with Writing tips

The goal of our monthly Teaching with Writing Tips is to offer timely and pragmatic support to faculty members and instructors who teach with writing in undergraduate and graduate courses in all disciplinary areas.

If you would like to receive a monthly Teaching with Writing tip and other announcements related to the Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Program and Writing in the Disciplines (WID) events, please join our listserv by sending an email to WAC@umn.edu with "Join WAC/WID Listserv" in the subject line.

Latest Tips

Unpacking Active and Passive Voice: Helping students to manage their presence as writers May 2019

Discipline-specific resources

The links below lead to sample writing-intensive syllabi, writing assignments, and grading schemes, as well as links to relevant local and national resources on writing. We welcome your contributions and feedback as we continue to develop resources: writing@umn.edu.

Arts and Humanities Sciences, Engineering, and Mathematics Social Sciences

English

History

Journalism & Mass Communication

Music

Biological Sciences

Engineering

Mathematics

Physical Sciences

Business

Economics

Geography

Political Science

Sociology

 

General disciplinary resources for teaching with writing

Click on the topic for a list of resources:

 

 

…in social sciences disciplines:

 

 

Writing Across the Curriculum resources

Click here for a list of WAC resources

The WAC Clearinghouse http://wac.colostate.edu/index.cfm

Across the Disciplines  http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/

The WAC Journal  http://wac.colostate.edu/journal/

The Citation Project  http://site.citationproject.net

Kairos  http://kairos.technorhetoric.net

The Writing Instructor  http://www.writinginstructor.com

 

Center for Writing library

The Center for Writing houses a collection of texts and journals on higher education pedagogy and research, K-12 pedagogy and research, writing center pedagogy and research, Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Disciplines (WAC/WID), digital literacy, and literacy studies. These resources are available for limited check-out or use within our offices. View our collection online.

Front desk staff in 15 Nicholson Hall will be able to help you access materials from the Center for Writing library.