Faculty Development Workshops
The Writing Center offers faculty development workshops regularly to support equitable and effective writing instruction. Topics include teaching students to peer review, commenting on multilingual students' writing, designing collaborative writing projects, talking about citation in a postmodern world, among many others. For a schedule of upcoming workshops, visit the UWT Faculty Development Opportunities page.
We also welcome your suggestions for future faculty development workshops. Please contact the Associate Director with your questions and ideas!
Writing Instruction Resources
We are creating a library of resources to support faculty in common writing instruction activities. We plan to add resources to this list as we create them.
- A Guide to Leading In-Class Peer Review
Specifically for social science faculty, but valuable across disciplines
Past Workshop Materials
- "Who Knew Teaching Citation Could Be So Complicated?" (Rebecca Disrud, PhD & Kelvin Keown)
Request an In-Class Writing Presentation
Professional staff can also support your teaching by creating a tailored in-class writing presentation. Generally, presentations are best timed near the beginning or middle of an assignment cycle and will include some active in-class work for students. To request a presentation, use our form here and the writing center will follow up with you directly.