Our collection foregrounds revision practices enacted by writing studies professionals. We invite narratives of revision about any kind of text associated with professional or academic composing.
Proposals of approximately 350-400 words should describe the micro and macro elements of revision you plan to address, the story of the revision in brief, and artifacts of revision you might wish to include (though artifacts are not required).
Submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1.
We are inviting brief proposals for up to 24 researcher-participant roles, focused on studies that promote insights into international research and negotiation of conditions beyond our respective national contexts for writing in higher education around the world. Submit your proposal by May 25th
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The guide defines 65 common academic literacy terms and explores how they relate to genres, writing conventions, and language use. Unique to this volume are comments featuring the experiences of the graduate students who wrote the entries, comments that bring each entry to life and build a bridge to graduate student readers. Check out the flyer to receive a 30% discount.
The National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing has honored leaders involved in writing center mentoring each year. Nominations are due July 1, 2021 and should be submitted to Christopher Ervin, Maxwell Award Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
The Chippewa River Writing Project is offering a two-week, 36-hour intensive professional development experience from June 21 to July 2, 2021. Participants will engage in daily, synchronous work from 9:00 AM to 12:15 PM EST on weekdays (30 hours), with additional opportunities scheduled at your convenience in an asynchronous format (6 hours).
Sign up for the WLN Manuscript Writing Bootcamp (100% online and free of cost) by May 3. Meeting once a week for 8 weeks through June-July 2021, the bootcamp will give you time and support to get an entire first draft of a manuscript written and submitted to WLN for review.
Note: We cannot guarantee that participation in the bootcamp will result in an accepted publication, as all manuscripts go through an external, rigorous peer-review process. We will limit the number of participants if we get a lot of interest.
Inspired by papers presented at the second international English Across the Curriculum (EAC) conference, this book provides a platform for those involved in the EAC movement to exchange insights, explore new strategies and directions, and share experiences. Free access and available in both PDF and ePub formats.
In an effort to increase the diversity of voices in our membership and understand ways we can support writing center practitioners across our varied contexts, IWCA’s Inclusion & Social Justice Task Force will be hosting a series of listening sessions beginning in May and continuing throughout the summer. Sign up today!
This free webinar explores the importance of mentorship in writing center work. We will provide an overview of theories and practices in mentoring, strategies for building intentional and effective mentorship in writing center work, and the role of mentorship in professional development and scholarly publications. Register to attend on Friday, May 7th @ 1:00-2:00 p.m. PST.
The AWELL is a two-day virtual conference designed for faculty, language instructors, composition instructors, and writing centre professionals who teach and tutor ELL students. The focus of this year is social justice in digital writing. Submit a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 pm on July 12, 2021.