We are happy to announce our Spring Lunch Series schedule for 2017. This year’s topics center around an exciting publication in Writing Across the Disciplines scholarship, and we look forward to the stimulating conversations that will occur. All lunches will be held on Fridays in Milam 215 from 12 to 1pm. As always, delicious American Dream pizza and beverages will be provided. If you have any questions regarding the lunches, please contact the WIC GTA, Claire Roth, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register for each lunch you plan to attend by clicking here or the link below.
The topics for this year’s series are:
April 14 – “High-Impact Writing Practices & Multimodal Learning”
The WIC Team introduces the ATD’s recent article on High-Impact Writing Practices, a central theme for this year’s lunch series, and explores hands-on multimodal learning.
April 21 – “From Writing Center to Writing Studio: What Faculty Need to Know”
Dennis Bennett, Director of the Writing Center, and associate panel discuss the major transition into the Writing Studio, the reasons behind the change, and what faculty need to know.
April 28 – “Cognition and Learning”
Kay Sagmiller, Center for Teaching and Learning Director, discusses connections between cognition and student learning.
May 5 – “Technology and Interactive Writing Processes”
Instructional Technology Specialist Tasha Biesinger and Information Services partner with the WIC Team to explain how to make the most of Canvas, Eli Review, and other writing technologies.
To register for one or more of our lunches, please click here.