Tosh, I wasn't able to go to the CCCC's this year, although I dearly
wanted to I would be very much interested in doing a short paper on
"Points of Contact" i.e. doing a comparison of EL1 and EL2 papers
(student concerns, issues in the writing) that students bring to the
Writing Centre. Not exactly assessment of writing initiatives in WAC
and WID, but I could see how this information could feed into that
assessment. I look forward to seeing you at Inkshed! Theresa.
Tosh Tachino 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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