Survey of Programs in Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) and Writing in Disciplines (WID)
Our goals for this portion of the project is to do the following:
- Develop an understanding of the number of existing WAC/WID programs and initiatives in the US and in Canada (2006-08 survey); in the US only (2015- survey).
- Explore the components that make up the programs and how those components may differ depending on the unique makeup of the institution and program.
- Determine components that may increase the likelihood of program success based on institutional characteristics
Chris Thaiss—University of California, Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
Tara Porter—University of California, Davis email@example.com
Michele Zugnoni—University of California, Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
Thaiss, Chris, and Tara Porter. “The State of WAC/WID in 2010: Methods and Results of the U.S. Survey of the International WAC/WID Mapping Project.” ‘’College Composition and Communication.’’ 61.3 (2010): 524-70. Web.
International Network of WAC Programs (INWAC) meeting at Conference on College Composition and Communication (New York), March 2007
International "Writing Research Across Borders" Conference (Santa Barbara, California, US), February 2008
Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)(New Orleans, Louisiana, US), April 2008 (featured presentation given by Tiane Donahue, U. of Maine; Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams, Coventry U.; Terry Myers Zawacki, George Mason U.; Tara Porter, U. of California-Davis; Chris Thaiss, U. of California-Davis, chair)
Ninth International Conference on Writing across the Curriculum (Austin, Texas, US), May 2008
CCCC, San Francisco, March 2009
Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW), Ottawa, May 2009
CCCC, Louisville, KY (U.S.), March 2010
International "Writing Research Across Borders" Conference (Fairfax, VA, US), February 2011
US Council of Writing Program Administrators, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 2012