Faculty Writing Survey


The following questions are designed to give you an opportunity to describe your work with student writing and your perceptions of the quality of student writing. Your responses will help the University Writing Committee determine how it can best serve as an ally for faculty, program administrators, and staff seeking to create the most effective possible learning environment for UNI students.
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    Freshman classes
    Sophomore classes
    Junior classes
    Senior classes
    Graduate classes
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    Liberal Arts Core Courses
    Undergraduate Major Courses
    Graduate Courses
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    Liberal Arts Core Courses
    Undergraduate Major Courses
    Graduate Courses
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    Ability to focus content and make a consistent point
    Ability to explore content in sufficient depth
    Ability to use organization and connections to help readers process information
    Ability to use an appropriate level of formality and an audience-appropriate voice
    Ability to choose words to maintain precision and interest
    Ability to use sources ethically and document according to required style guidelines
    Ability to integrate source material smoothly and with purpose
    Ability to control sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation
    For seniors in your program, overall ability to write in a manner consistent with the expectations of employers in your field
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    Mastering standard, edited English
    Expressing ideas in a focused, coherent way
    Exploring ideas in depth
    Using source material without plagiarizing
    Learning the conventions of scholarly writing
    Applying course content in creative ways
    Improving fluency and confidence when writing
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    Mastery of standard, edited English
    Supporting a central thesis in a consistent way
    Supporting ideas in sufficient depth
    Using source material without plagiarism
    Demonstrating mastery of course concepts
    Following the writing conventions of your discipline
    Using cohesive devices such as topic sentences and transitions
    Demonstrating original thought and insight
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