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Wac/WID

For presentation at CUNY WAC/WID Conference, April 24 2009
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Luke Waltzer

on 24 April 2009

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Transcript of Wac/WID

COURSE BLOGS 25 new course blogs per semester ADMINISTRATIVE SITES easy to manage online presence for conferences and committees FACULTY DEVELOPMENT college wide FACULTY DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS BLOGS@BARUCH an online publishing platform for the
Baruch College Community 1200+ users 400+ blogs launched September 2008 in and across the disciplines Blogs and WAC/WID Principles Anthropology/Sociology English Marketing/Communications Fine and Performing Arts WordPress works elegantly as a content management system Journalism FREE WRITING: student-administered journals, which contain notes or reflections on course material, and can serve as the basis for studying or more polished writing

LOW STAKES WRITING: students respond to professor's prompts, or write dialogically with each other

COLLABORATIVE WRITING: blogs can easily integrate wiki elements, and students can be directed to define keywords for the course

SCAFFOLDING: students post components of essays over the course of a few weeks, leading to a final version

HIGH STAKES WRITING: students write graded blog posts that present research, or synthesize course materials
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