Event Title

Best Practices in Writing Intensive Courses

Location

CSU 202

Start Date

30-3-2018 1:30 PM

End Date

30-3-2018 2:30 PM

Description

This roundtable will overview of the university’s writing intensive course requirements and present examples of how faculty members design writing assignments specifically related to their discipline to meet those requirements.

Carl Lafata, a member of the university’s Writing Advisory Committee, will describe the committee’s work in support of faculty who teach writing intensive courses, including instruction on best practices provided by the Writing Fellows Program. He will also lead the discussion by providing a brief explanation of what is required when a course is designated as writing intensive. Dr. Dennis will describe how he scaffolds a research project in his criminology class. Dr. Reding will present on developing a writing component for an online nursing course. Dr. Lafata will then explain how he uses technical writing assignments in his law enforcement course.

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Mar 30th, 1:30 PM Mar 30th, 2:30 PM

Best Practices in Writing Intensive Courses

CSU 202

This roundtable will overview of the university’s writing intensive course requirements and present examples of how faculty members design writing assignments specifically related to their discipline to meet those requirements.

Carl Lafata, a member of the university’s Writing Advisory Committee, will describe the committee’s work in support of faculty who teach writing intensive courses, including instruction on best practices provided by the Writing Fellows Program. He will also lead the discussion by providing a brief explanation of what is required when a course is designated as writing intensive. Dr. Dennis will describe how he scaffolds a research project in his criminology class. Dr. Reding will present on developing a writing component for an online nursing course. Dr. Lafata will then explain how he uses technical writing assignments in his law enforcement course.