Writing Across the Curriculum

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Writing Across the Curriculum
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Project Description

WAC encourages courses throughout the college to incorporate formal and informal writing into the course practices and requirements.

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Acknowledgements

This project was created by: Jody R. Rosen

Recent Posts

All of this considered, what next?

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Generative AI and Writing as a Process: Part II

Revising a WAC Informal Assignment Using Generative AI In the previous blog posts, we explored […] See MoreGenerative AI and Writing as a Process: Part II

Generative AI and Writing as a Process: Part I

Writing as a process in an era when students are using generative AI to produce writing “Writing a […] See MoreGenerative AI and Writing as a Process: Part I

Recent Comments

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Charisse, we are so happy you are implementing scaffolding into your course. WAC in action at […] See MoreComment on "Sharing resources from FIT"