2018 Spring Lunch Series
April 6 – "Canvas Hacks and Tools for Responding to Student Writing"
John Morris (Business) and Steve Shay (History) share ways they have found to use Canvas tools to improve online feedback to students on their writing.
April 13 – "Ethics and Writing in the Disciplines"
Vicki Tolar Burton (WIC/SWLF), Giovanna Rosenlicht (Animal Science), and Ted Paterson (Business) discuss ways to consider ethics within a Writing Intensive course.
May 4 – "Teaching Showcase! WIC Instructors Share Ideas from their Classrooms"
Natchee Barnd (Ethnic Studies), Nate Kirk (Integrative Biology), Deanna Lloyd (Sustainability), and Dana Reason (Music), all recent grads of the WIC Faculty Seminar, share ideas for course design and teaching using WIC pedagogies.
May 18 – "Introduction to CORE Data for WIC Instructor"
Chrysanthemum Hayes, Communications & Engagement Manager, Institutional Analytics and Reporting, provides an introduction to using CORE and institutional data as they relate to teaching and course improvement. Session will include important information about data security and access as well as a summary of the CORE reports that may be relevant to faculty teaching WIC courses.
April 14 – “High-Impact Writing Practices & Multimodal Learning”
The WIC Team introduces the ATD’s recent article on High-Impact Writing Practices, a central theme for this year’s lunch series, and explores hands-on multimodal learning.
April 21 – “From Writing Center to Writing Studio: What Faculty Need to Know”
Dennis Bennett, Director of the Writing Center, and associate panel discuss the major transition into the Writing Studio, the reasons behind the change, and what faculty need to know.
April 28 – “Cognition and Learning”
Kay Sagmiller, Center for Teaching and Learning Director, discusses connections between cognition and student learning.
May 5 – “Technology and Interactive Writing Processes”
Instructional Technology Specialist Tasha Biesinger and Information Services partner with the WIC Team to explain how to make the most of Canvas, Eli Review, and other writing technologies.
May 13 – "Writing and Learning in the Sciences and other STEM Fields"
Dr. Chris Thaiss, Clark Kerr Presidential Chair and Professor in the University Writing Program, University of California, Davis.
Presentation slides and handouts
April 22 – "Can We Make WIC Students Plagiarism-proof?"
Tim Jensen, Sara Jameson, Celeste King, Sarah McGreevy
April 29 – "Mindfulness for the Distracted Writer"
Vicki Tolar Burton
May 6 – "What are the Roles of Graduate Assistants in WIC Classes?"
Maggie Anderson, Lauren Crandon, Monica Olvera, Tracy Ann Robinson
May 13 – "Writing for Audiences in STEM and Beyond"
Chris Thaiss, Clark Kerr Presidential Chair and Professor, Writing Program, University of California, Davis
April 10 – "INTO Student Writers in the OSU Curriculum"
Erich White, Director of INTO; Phil Chambers, INTO Instructor; Galina Romantsova, Second Language Specialist, OSU Writing Center
April 17 – "Race, Diversity, and Writing Across the OSU Curriculum"
Wesley Snyder, SWLF; Kristina Lum, SWLF; Corey Taylor, SWLF
April 24 – "Adapting and Internationalizing the Writer's Personal Profile in a WIC Course"
Tracy Ann Robinson, Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering; André Habet, SWLF
May 15 – "Using Canvas Tools in a Writing Intensive Course"
Karen Watte, ECampus; Sara Jameson, SWLF; Brooke Howland, TAC and CTL