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Archive 2004 - 2005 (and before)

2004 – 2005

Brown Bag: Electronic Peer Review:  Reflective writing and service learning. (2/2/05)

Campus wide Workshop: What We Really Value in Student Work (11/16/04)
Facilitated by: Dr. Bob Broad, Illinois State University

 

2003 – 2004

Guest Speaker: Electronic Portfolios and the Triple Helix of Pedagogy, Assessment, and Learning (4/12/04)
Dr. Sharon Hamilton, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Campus wide Workshop: Writing as Design (10/30/03)
Facilitated by:  Dr. Lester Faigley, University of Texas

 

2002-2003

Guest Speaker: You Want Me to Sound Like a What? Teaching Students about Voice in Discipline-Based Writing (2/25/03)
Dr. David Jolliffe, DePaul University

Campus wide Workshop: Strategies for Understanding & Teaching Voice in Discipline-Based Writing Courses (2/03)
Facilitated by:  Dr. David Joliffe, DePaul University

Campus wide Workshop: What Did You Say? The Role of Listening in Writing, Speaking, and Learning (1/29/03)
Faciliated by: Dr. Chris Anson and Dr. Deanna Dannels, NC State University

Guest Speaker: They are Portfolios First: Exploring the "Why" and "How" of Going Digital (11/12/02)
Dr. Tim Peeples, Elon University

Guest Speaker: Writing to Learn Across the Curriculum (10/18/02)
Dr. Toby Fulwiler, University of Vermont

 

2001-2002

Guest Speaker: Concentric Circles: Using Portfolios in The Classroom (Spring 2002)
Dr. William Condon, Washington State University

Guest Speaker: A Case for Writing and Speaking in Context (Fall 2001)
Dr. Steve Simmons, University of Minnesota

2000- 2001

Guest Speaker: The Case of the Collaborative Communicators (Fall 2000)
Dr. Don Rubin, University of Georgia

Guest Speaker: Writing and Speaking in Technical Courses (Fall 2000)
Dr. Ann Darling, University of Utah; Dr. Steven Youra, Cornell University

1999 - 2000

Guest Speaker: Communicating To Learn: Learning To Communicate (Spring 2000)
Dr. David Russell and Dr. Rebecca Burnett, Iowa State University