Programs and Projects
Writing Fellows Training Program:
Fellows complete a two-week training program and produce a best practices and resources portfolio for CCBC faculty and staff (located on the Sharepoint site).
NEWS: Beginning in Fall 2011, Writing Fellows certification will also be used to staff courses designated as "writing intensive."
Writing Fellows training will be offered again in January and in June 2011. We are limited to 12 faculty per training session;a modest stipend is offered.
The WID/AC Student Handbook Project Editorial Board is pleased to announce that the second edition of the CCBC Student Guide to Writing in the Disciplines is out! Electronic access is free to all: go to the CCBC home page, select "current students," "student services," and "guide to writing." The resources page on this site has a link to the handbook as well.
NEW SERVICES: The WID/AC Program now offers consultation and resource services. Trained members and friends of the program (including Writing Fellows) assist interested faculty, staff, programs, and departments with research and assignment consultation, classroom visits, and workshop preparation and delivery on any topic relevant to writing, critical thinking, and research skills across the curriculum and in discipline-specific modes. Please see our services brochure and related information on Sharepoint. On 10 November 2010 at the Catonsville campus, we will be offering the first student "Writing Clinic" pilot in conjunction with the campus writing center, the career services center, the library's information technology representatives, and CBC faculty.
For more information contact Paige Rogers, WID/AC Program Director.