Tosh, I'm so sorry I only caught a glimpse of you at CCCC--and I'm
sorry I had to miss the Canadian caucus (same time as the SIG I was
chairing). I'm afraid that my commitments to the FYC SIG and to the
WAC SIG will keep me from making the Canadian SIG very often, unless
they miraculously don't overlap some year.
Best of luck with setting up the proposal. Will you be at Inkshed?
At 04:13 PM 4/12/2007, you wrote:
>With much help from everyone this year's Canadian Caucus was quite successful,
>and a merry one, too. I don't mind putting together a proposal for the next
>years caucus, but I would like to get a sense of what kind of interests should
>be represented at next year's caucus.
>Through some informal conversations, there seems to be an interests in
>continuing our discussions on WAC/WID, as well as other writing initiatives in
>Canada. But some participants expressed interests in focusing more on progress
>of these initiatives and ways of meausring that progress (assessment).
>At this time, I would like to hear some inputs so that I can put together a
>proposal by the approaching deadline.
>Tosh Tachino, M.A., B.A. Honors
>Ph.D. Candidate, Iowa State University
>Rhetoric and Professional Communication
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