Writing Across the Curriculum
WAC encourages courses throughout the college to incorporate formal and informal writing into the course practices and requirements.
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DigitalWAC and Asynchronic Learning
It seems that a prominent feature on every syllabus I write is a stringent, punitive attendance […] See MoreDigitalWAC and Asynchronic Learning
Making the Most of Snow Days: Have Your Students Write!
As CUNY schools shut down across the city, many professors are left to re-organize “tentative” syl […] See MoreMaking the Most of Snow Days: Have Your Students Write!
Games in the college classroom - competitive or cooperative?
Games can be a great tool in the classroom to engage students and deepen learning. But does it […] See MoreGames in the college classroom - competitive or cooperative?
Hi Jared, it's Alicia. I just wanted to let you know, as your fellow WAC fellow, that I've started […] See More
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