Writing Across the Curriculum
Since its founding in 1984, Salisbury University’s Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program has been committed to assisting our students to improve their writing via assignments in every academic course. In following guidance from the national Writing Across the Curriculum initiative, we share the philosophy that writing should happen across the academic community and throughout a student’s educational experiences.
The links to the left present a variety of resources, tools, and suggestions for engaging students in writing processes while following social distancing guidelines. Here you will find information and ideas for many types of writing projects – from assignment design, to peer review ideas, and providing feedback. Also included are ideas for synchronous and asynchronous discussions, project engagement, repurposing existing tools, and using new technologies to engage writers at all levels during the Fall 2020 semester.
These links provide just a snapshot – for more please complete this form to request access to the WAC MyClasses page.
The WAC June 2020 Working Group
- Melissa Bugdal, Assistant Professor of English & Director of the University Writing Center
- Carolyne King, Assistant Professor of English & Director of First-Year Composition
- Derya Kulavuz-Onal, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics/TESOL
- Beth Towle, Assistant Professor of English & Associate Director of the University Writing Center