Join us for an overview of university-wide expectations for W courses and a discussion of pragmatic strategies for making writing-intensive courses across the disciplines more engaging, effective, and inclusive. All faculty and staff who are teaching any course that involves writing are invited to join us. This orientation is required for all graduate students who intend to teach or assist with a W course or lab.
Wednesday, May 10, 1-2:30pm, 2023
Register for this online only session: https://fins.uconn.edu/secure_inst/workshops/workshop_view.php?ser=2809
After you register, you will be sent a link that can be used to access the online session.
Thursday, August 24, 10am-noon, 2023, Heritage Room, Level 4, Babbidge Library, Storrs Campus
Register for this in-person only sessionÂ here: https://fins.uconn.edu/secure_inst/workshops/workshop_view.php?ser=2810
Before attending either the online or in-person session, please watch the following 2 videos:
1. Overview of W Course Basic Expectations: https://kaltura.uconn.edu/media/W+Teaching+Orientation+-+Dec+2022/1_bvmgd3fe
|In here I refer to the W Course Guidelines articulated by the University Senate, which you can find here: https://geoc.uconn.edu/writing-competency/|