Trans-disciplinary resources

Below is a list of trans-disciplinary WAC resources.

Cole, Daniel. “What if the Earth is Flat? Working With, Not Against, Faculty Concerns About Grammar in Student Writing.” The WAC Journal, vol. 25, Fall 2014, 7-35.

PDF version of Great Grammar Debate Flowchart

Hart, D. Alexis and Roger Thompson. “Veterans in the Writing Classroom: Three Programmatic Approaches to Facilitate the Transition from the Military to Higher Education.” College Composition and Communication, vol. 68, no.2, December 2016, 345-371.

Iten, Michelle. “The First Discipline is Class: Aiming at Inclusion in Argument across the Curriculum.” The WAC Journal. vol. 28, 2017, 34-51.

Baker, Nicki Litherland. “‘Get it off my stack’: Teachers’ tools for grading papers.” Assessing Writing. vol. 19, 2014, 36-50.

Things Every OSU Cascades Student Should Know About Writing

Threshold Concepts Presentation

Teaching with Writing: The WIC Newsletter (OSU)

A Brief History of WAC Flowchart

The Comment Bank

Resource list for students who struggle with lower order concerns

NCTE and CCCC statement on students’s right to their own language in the classroom

Best practices in assessment

Writing studies vocab

Wood, Tara. “Cripping Time in the College Composition Classroom.” College Composition and Communication. vol. 69, no. 2, December 2017, 260-286.


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