Writing Across the Curriculum

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Writing Across the Curriculum Faculty Resource Page
This document contains WAC resource information for faculty.

Introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum
Mary Spoto introduces you to Writing Across the Curriculum.

Low Stakes and High Stakes Writing
Elizabeth Aiken discusses high stakes and low stakes writing in the classroom.

The Power of Revision and Peer Review
Candace Roberts talks about how to use peer review in as part of Writing Across Curriculum.

Benefits of Writing in the Online Classroom
Brian Butterly talks about how using Writing Across the Curriculum benefits students in an online classroom environment.

Perspectives on Plagiarism
Faculty, staff, and students provide their perspectives and insight regarding plagiarism.

Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse
The WAC Clearinghouse, in partnership with the International Network of Writing Across the Curriculum Programs, publishes journals, books, and other resources for teachers who use writing in their courses.

Writing Rubric
Rubrics are an important part of assessing writing and can assist you in making the evaluation of writing assignments in your classes more efficient and productive for you and your students. Above you will find a Common Writing Assessment rubric format that you can use or adapt to your writing assignment needs, a sample of how the rubric can be used in a course, and a combined rubric instrument that provides a basis for grading a writing assignment with an objective framework.

Rubric for Online Discussions
SWK 580 Journal Article Critique Rubric
SWK 620 Autobiographical Reflection Paper Rubric