Throughout this effort, as we continuously seek to improve writing both within the discipline and across the curriculum, we will post links to a variety of helpful resources. All links are either available to the public, or we have written permission from the authors.
- Writing Across the Curriculum – University of Alberta
- Conference on College Composition and Communication
- Writing to Learn: 3 Tips to Get Started
- Writing for Learning–Not Just for Demonstrating Learning by Peter Elbow, August 2011
- 50+ Fabulous Prompts for Writing Activities and Assessments by Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D. (actually has over 500 ideas!) Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D., a frequent workshop leader at NMSU, has shared these ideas with us – and you may access many more resources to support you in your quest for personal and professional productivity. Just go to Meggin’s main website, www.meggin.com and you’ll learn more about what is available. You’ll find teleseminars to download, tips sheets, booklets, and many other helpful tools.
- Faculty often struggle with differentiating between “writing to learn” and “learning to write”. One emphasizes time and attention to student engagement with course content; the other emphasizes time and attention to writing processes and formal conventions of writing. Dr. Doug Hesse from the University of Denver has delineated distinctions between Writing to Learn and Learning to Write. For more information, see the full document on the University of Denver Writing Program website.
- The University Teaching Council (UTC) has worked to create instructional materials to support the teaching of writing across disciplines and across various aspects of the baccalaureate experience. These materials are available on the Teaching Academy website. These documents are password protected because access is restricted to NMSU faculty, staff and students with an NMSU username and password.