Date: May 24-25, 2018 Location: University of Saskatchewan Stay tuned for more information!
Source Acting Director for the Writing Centre, University College, University of Toronto Posting title and description: Acting Director for the Writing Centre, University College, University of Toronto University College at the University of Toronto invites applications for a one year, part-time (40%) appointment as the Acting Director of the University College Writing Centre (UCWC). The […]
WLN Blog to Include Creative Writing Amy Hansen, at Appalachian State, has joined the team working on the WLN Blog (“Connecting Writing Centers Across Borders), and for her first project, she’s soliciting and will share on the blog the creative writing of writing center tutors and administrators. Deadline for the first online creative writing feature […]
Susan DeRosa and Stephen Ferruci want to remind those interested to submit a proposal to a special issue of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship on multimodal writing and writing centers. You can go to the WLN Blog to read the full CFP: http://www.wlnjournal.org/blog/2016/12/call-for-proposals-special-issue-of-wln/to read the CFP. Proposals are due March 1, 2017. Please […]
Are you interested in logo design or do know someone who might be? The CWCA / ACCR is looking to update its logo. See below for our call for proposals with details about the process for prospective designers, our timeline, and the honorarium. Please forward this CFP to anyone who might be interested. If you […]
Registration for the third annual Canadian Writing Centres Association Conference will open soon. The conference will be held at the University of Ottawa on Friday, May 29th , 2015. The conference immediately precedes the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences Annual Conference (CHSS). We welcome writing centre administrators, writing instructors and tutors to join […]
Pedagogies of Hope in Multilingual Contexts Many educators believe in theory that students’ diverse languages and identities should be valued, but feel stuck putting that theory into practice when it appears at odds with a greater need to provide students with language tools necessary for their future success. This talk will challenge both the defeatism […]