What are some of the best sites for general information about using writing in my classroom?
How do I respond to student writing?
Where can I get some wisdom about teaching revision?
Where can I find writing guides and information about writing for my own discipline?
How can I design Inquiry-Based Writing Assignments?
What writing resources are available at SUNY College at Old Westbury?
The Writing Center: Encourage your students to use the Writing Center by requesting a brief 5-10 minute informational class visit or consider requesting an in-class writing workshop designed to help students with essays they have in progress. The Director of the Writing Center will work with you to design and teach a 1-hour workshop aimed at helping students succeed on your particular writing assignment. Click here for the SUNY College at Old Westbury Writing Center
The Writing across the Curriculum Pilot Program: Have questions about incorporating writing into your course? Need ideas about writing assignments, supporting student writing, or responding to student writing? The Writing across the Curriculum Pilot Program has resources for you. Contact Dr. Margaret Torrell, the Coordinator of the Writing across the Curriculum Pilot Program, at TorrellM@oldwestbury.edu; 516 876 3229
Are you a faculty member (full time or adjunct) who is interested in teaching a writing intensive course?
Contact Dr. Margaret Torrell, the Coordinator of the Writing across the Curriculum Pilot Program, at TorrellM@oldwestbury.edu; 516 876 3229
A special thank you to Jacqueline Emery of the English Department and Samara Smith of the American Studies Department for resource suggestions.