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Teaching Resources


Writing Classes

Tags/Keywords

information literacy writing
academic integrity

Overview
Writing-intensive courses emphasize writing at all levels of instruction and across the curriculum, including final-year projects. Students are encouraged to produce and revise various forms of writing for different audiences in different disciplines. The effectiveness of this repeated practice "across the curriculum"; has led to parallel efforts in such areas as quantitative reasoning, oral communication, information literacy, and, on some campuses, ethical inquiry.

MTSU Resources

LTITC Resources

From our library--
McWhorter, K. (2006). Seeing the pattern: Readings for successful writing. Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin's Press.

VanderMey, R., Meyer, V., Van Rys, J., Kemper, D., & Sebranek, P. (2004). The college writer: A guide to thinking, writing, and researching (1st edition). Boston, MA: Houghton-Mifflin Company.

VanderMey, R., Meyer, V., Van Rys, J., Kemper, D., & Sebranek, P. (2007). The college writer: A guide to thinking, writing, and researching (2nd edition). Boston, MA: Houghton-Mifflin Company.

Teaching Tip

Online Resources: Tips and Strategies

Online Collaborative Writing Wiki

Online Publications: Viewpoints, Articles, Books...