Writing in the Disciplines Program
Resources for Faculty
In addition to offering open programming and individual consultations, and partnering with schools and departments, WID offers the following resources for faculty.
WID's online tip sheets provide concise advice on a sample of topics addressed in our programming.
WID is developing a library of resources about writing across and within the various academic disciplines. As books become available to check out, we will add them to our online catalogue. To check availability, email us at email@example.com. To check out a book, visit us at 302 Bailey/Howe Library.
Articles and Videos
A panel of multilingual professors who will share stories about their experiences living and working with multiple languages.
Dr. Lisa Emerson, an Associate Professor in the School of English and Media Studies at Massey University, New Zealand, is visiting as a Fulbright Senior Scholar, presents the voices of senior scientists, exploring their writing activities, and their experiences and development as writers of science.
Peer Program Resources
The WAC Clearinghouse is a wide-ranging scholarly site by Colorado State University about communication across the curriculum. It houses several publications on writing in the disciplines. Use the helpful search box on the homepage to explore materials on any teaching topics of interest.
Explore more writing resources offered by WID's peer programs through our guide (posted on the Writing Center website).
Faculty Development Offices at UVM
The Provost's Office at the University of Vermont encourages faculty members to seek training and development in order to further their teaching, research, and service. The faculty development offices and programs provide a wealth of opportunities for faculty members to grow as professionals and scholars. We encourage you to visit their websites, talk with staff, and attend their programs and events.
List of offices and links to their websites.
Writing at UVM
Learn more about writing programs and initiatives at UVM.
Last modified August 13 2014 12:49 PM