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Online Writing to Learn Activities, February 14, 2024

Writing to Learn Activities

Writing-to-learn (WTL) activities, sometimes referred to as “low stakes” writing, can quickly engage students and often require minimal feedback from instructors. These brief, in-class or online writing activities provide students with opportunities to develop conceptual knowledge and to practice core writing abilities such as summary, synthesis, analysis, and data visualization. In this workshop, we will review examples of WTL activities from a variety of disciplinary contexts, identify timely places to integrate WTL into courses, and design at least one WTL activity.

Facilitated by Matthew Luskey, Coordinator, WAC+WID

Online Workshop: Wednesday, February 14, 9:00-10:30 a.m. (A Zoom link will be emailed to registered attendees.)

Register by Monday, February 12

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