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EWP + the New Academic Writing

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Lauren Holt

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of EWP + the New Academic Writing

The Emory
Writing Program
& the New
Academic Writing What's the EWP Vision for Academic Writing at Emory? What Result? But what does it look like? "Researched" Writing Academic Writing Present: The EWP & the Future
of Academic Writing
at Emory What audience? Empowered & Distinguished Students Student Research Writing Based on Research These Projects Teach Communication Across Multiple Modes Writing & Data Visualization Presentation & Performance Academic Writing Beyond Argument Data Gathering, Interpretation, & Creation Academic Writing Past: Thank You Emily, Garrett, Lou, & Katie

IMPACT Staff, for all your hard work on the blog! References: IMPACT Blog

National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth,
"Positive Youth Development." Webinar.

Brown, W.J., and A. Singhal. "Entertainment-Education
Media Strategies for Social Change: Promises and
Problems." A Chapter in Demers, D., & Viswanath, K.,
(Eds.) (1999). Mass Media, Social Control, And Social
Change: A Macrosocial Perspective. Ames, IA: Iowa
State University Press. Frameworks: Positive Youth Development,
Entertainment-Education (E-E) http://ncfy-learn.jbsinternational.com/course/category.php?id=7 Student & Faculty
Engagement Civic Engagement Emory becomes a Leader in 21st-Century Communication QEP Is Authentic & Audience-Focused Contributes to the Academic & Professional Discourse Encourages Collaboration Empowers Students Students create "researched" writing for an audience of, at best, two dozen or so fellow students and their faculty member and, at worst, an audience of one, the faculty member alone. What Purpose? Students create private-facing documents that feel artificial and ineffectual. At best:
students who write
for faculty approval

At worst:
student apathy & disengagement,
phoned-in projects
disappointed faculty Reimagining How We
Teach Academic Writing Students Creating Artifacts that are: Public-Facing Private-Facing Multimodal One dimensional Research Driven "Researched" not not not Teaching Digital Publication
Makes Us Responsible
for Teaching... Digital Publication Relationships between
digital communication
and other
communicative modes Digital Written Visual Nonverbal Oral Policies and Best Practices of
Responsible Digital Communication Genres and Conventions of Digital Communication Tools for Digital Communication Digital Publication is
Fully Multimodal Vectors
Implementation Writing in the Disciplines (WID)

Digital Writing
in the Disciplines (D-WID) or
Writing in the Disciplines
Electronically (WIDE) Help Faculty Create Innovative,
Assignment Sequences Emory Writing Center Transformed into a True
Multiliteracies Center Other Vectors of Implementation: First Year Composition

First Year Seminars

Creative Sequences of Upper-Division Courses low-stakes digital output... which enables students to create
higher-stakes, research-driven
digital artifacts... and empowers them with a public
voice and a public platform to
showcase their research. References
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