Publications

There are three categories in this section:

WAW Newsletter vol 1 issue 1 (thumbnail of first page)
The WAW Newsletter. A peer-reviewed periodical in which teachers, students, and administrators engaged in re-envisioning composition pedagogy along WAW lines can make knowledge, share knowledge, and get that information out in a timely and useful manner. See Volume 1, Issue 1 (Spring 2011) for submission guidelines. Click here to see the latest issues.
Some journals in which scholarship on WAW has been published
Scholarship on WAW (open category). Use this category to publicize, index, annotate, and discuss articles and books that engage in scholarship about the WAW approach: e.g. assessment of student learning outcomes in WAW courses, philosophical or critical framing of the WAW curriculum within higher ed, survey results about WAW adoption, etc.

To view a list of Scholarship on WAW already posted to the site, click here. To post a new item to that list, select the “Scholarship on WAW” category when adding a new post. For help on posting, including help on how to select a category, click here.

"Share" icon by Ashley van Dyck from the Noun Project: one arrow leads into the circle, three arrows lead out
Scholarship Emerging from WAW Programs and Courses (open category). Use this category to publicize, index, annotate, and discuss original research on writing and rhetoric produced by students in WAW courses.

To view a list of Scholarship from WAW Programs already posted to the site, click here. To post a new item to that list, select the “Scholarship from WAW” category when adding a new post. For help on posting, including help on how to select a category, click here.

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