I'm putting together a workshop on the state of WAC and I want to update
myself on what other people are doing. I'm especially interested in
which universities use a writing-intensive course model. I'd be even
more grateful for specific resources such as the criteria used for WI
courses, how many of them must be taken, how this is enforced -- the
logistical nitty gritty.
If everyone is willing, I'd suggest replying to the list rather than to
me personally -- there have been a number of such discussions that
started on CASLL and then moved off-list, and I for one would have liked
to follow the conversation; I'm sure many others will be interested
too. Nice break from viagra ads.
Dr. Doug Brent
Associate Dean (Academic)
Faculty of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary
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