By Sarah Tinker Perrault, WIC Director
One year after the initial interview for the positions I now hold as WIC Director and faculty member in the School of Writing, Literature, and Film, I am honored to be writing my first Pre/Views column for the WIC newsletter, just as I am honored to be leading one of the best WIC programs in the country. Read more…
“Literacy is the ability to use language to create a better world” – An Interview with Dr. Ana Milena Ribero
By Alexander Mahmou-Werndli, WIC GTA, and Erin Vieira, WIC Intern
Ana Milena Ribero is an Assistant Professor in the School of Writing, Literature, and Film. WIC GTA Alex Werndli and intern Erin Vieira sat down with her to talk about literacies, her pedagogy, and tips for responding to language variety in the writing classroom.
By: Erin Vieira, WIC Intern
As many other student resources at Oregon State University have done, the Writing Center switched to a fully digital model since Spring 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a Writing Studio Consultant, Erin reflects on this shift.
By: The WIC Team
Attention WIC faculty! Remember to identify strong papers from your fall WIC course as possible nominees for the WIC Culture of Writing Award in your discipline. Units submit nominations by June 1st, 2021.
Learn more about the Culture of Writing Awards and nomination process here.
By: Alexander Mahmou-Werndli
This year’s annual fall kickoff event on October 7th featured two excellent speakers: Tianhong Shi, an instructional designer with OSU Ecampus, and Dr. Mary Nolan, a senior instructor in the Anthropology program. Read more about their presentations and key take-aways for writing instructors across the disciplines.
By: the WIC Team
Are conspiracy theorists and anti-maskers anti-fact? Are people doomed to confirmation bias and ideological bubbles? Or is there a deeper dynamic at play
Please join us on January 29th from 10:00 to 11:30 for “Teaching Truth and Trust in an Era of Digital Dissensus.”