Constructing Student Learning through Faculty Development: Writing Experts, Writing Centers, and Faculty Resources
Keywords:faculty development, writing pedagogy, writing center, resource centers, workshops, collaboration
AbstractIn this piece, writing centers are presented as potential hosts for housing WID faculty development resources and collaborative opportunities (such as workshops and discussions). An example of a hands-on workshop is offered to represent what types of activities centers might host for campuses attempting to craft or maintain sustainable faculty development that enhances writing education across campus.
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