by Julie Candio Do you remember what happened last Wednesday? No? Sometimes our students don't either. And I don't blame them. While students can refer to the course syllabus, there.
By Jonathan Wei and David Miller There’s been much discussion about the needless complexity of academic writing. In a widely read article in The Chronicle of Higher Education last year,.
by Gerald Nelms When I began teaching back in the early 1980s, any student plagiarizing upset me a lot. I experienced exactly what Richard Murphy describes in his 1990 College English article,.
by Debra Leigh Scott Put simply, universities traditionally have pursued a three-prong mission: 1) to provide excellent educational opportunities, 2) to support scholarly research and study, and 3) to encourage both.
Part of what I've been doing in this blog is noodling around the questions of how adjunct writers' circumstances affect their writing (and writing teaching), and, by implication, to what.
Last week we shared the first portion of an interview with Dr. Kirk Astle, Director of College Writing at Baker College Online. This week we conclude that interview. Adjunct.