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CCCC Workshops on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - Previous Revision

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Morning, Afternoon, and All-Day
Only $20 for half-day or $40 for full-day workshops. Select the workshop on the registration form.

View or download the list of all workshop descriptions.

 

Morning:  9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

MW.01  Overcoming the “Impostor Syndrome”: Opening Professional Paths for Graduate Students
Marriott Downtown, Illinois Room, First Floor

MW.02  Breaking Down Barriers and Enabling Access: (Dis)Ability in Writing Classrooms and Programs
JW Marriott, Room 207, Second Floor

MW.03  Prison Networks: Broadcasting Why Prison Writing Matters
JW Marriott, Room 205, Second Floor

MW.04  Opening the Archives: Considering Questions of Access, Space, and Connection(s)
JW Marriott, Room 206, Second Floor

MW.05  Opening Doors for Multimodal Composers: Intellectual Property and Fair Use in the Classroom
Marriott Downtown, Michigan Room, First Floor

MW.06  Opening Spaces for Multilingual Students:  Creating Pathways for Transition
JW Marriott, Room 208, Second Floor

MW.07  Crossing BW/ESL/FYW Divides, II: Pedagogical and Institutional Strategies for Translingual Writing
JW Marriott, Room 209, Second Floor

MW.08  Coding for Data Analysis
Marriott Downtown, Florida Room, First Floor

MW.09  Designing Undergraduate Research Projects and Programs in Writing Studies
JW Marriott, Room 203, Second Floor

 

Afternoon:  1:30-5:00 p.m.

AW.01  Flipping the Classroom: Philosophy, Pedagogy, Praxis, and Production
JW Marriott, Room 202, Second Floor

AW.02  Open(ing) Conversation: What are the Threshold Concepts of Composition?
JW Marriott, Room 204, Second Floor

AW.03  Independent Writing Units: Exploring Options
JW Marriott, Room 205, Second Floor

AW.04  Faculty Development and Composition Scholars: Creating Campuswide Impacts and Expanding Career Opportunities
JW Marriott, Room 206, Second Floor

AW.05  From emma to Marca: Technology and Pedagogy in a Decade of Open-Source Writing Software Development
JW Marriott, Room 207, Second Floor

AW.06  What Can Students and Writing Teachers Learn from a Careful Linguistic Exploration of Spoken Grammar?
JW Marriott, Room 208, Second Floor

AW.07  Open for Research: A Demonstration of Text Analysis Applications and a Discussion of Library Collaboration Opportunities
JW Marriott, Room 209, Second Floor

AW.08  Opening Up the Archives: Promoting Undergraduate Research through Google Books
Marriott Downtown, Florida Room, First Floor

AW.09  Teaching American Indian Rhetorics in all Rhetoric and Composition classrooms
Marriott Downtown, Illinois Room, First Floor

AW.10  In Search of Political Openings: (Re)Writing the Prison/Education/Military Industrial Complex
Marriott Downtown, Michigan Room, First Floor

AW.11  Exploring Latinidad in the Mid-West: A Workshop Sponsored by the NCTE/CCCC Latino/a Caucus
Marriott Downtown, Texas Room, First Floor

AW.12  Access Denied: Digital Jim Crow and Institutional Barriers to Open Access
JW Marriott, Room 109, First Floor

 

All-Day:  9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

W.01  The Labor-Friendly Writing Program/Center
JW, Marriott, Room 101, First Floor

W.02  Plagiarism as Educational Opportunity in an Increasingly Open-Source Age
JW Marriott, Room 102, First Floor

W.03  Developing an Online Writing Course Initiative: Preparing Teachers and Students
JW Marriott, Room 103, First Floor

W.04  Open Futures? Basic Writing, Access, and Technology:  Council on Basic Writing Pre-Conference Workshop
JW Marriott, Room 104, First Floor

W.05  TYCA PRESENTS Cracking the Books: Integrating Reading and Writing in the Composition Classroom
JW Marriott, Room 105, First Floor

W.06  Blurring Boundaries: Opening Rhetorical Spaces
JW Marriott, Room 106, First Floor

W.07  Accessing the Future of Writing Studies: Disruption and Dialogue via International Higher Education Writing Research
JW Marriott, Room 107, First Floor

W.08  Workshop on Language, Linguistics, and Writing
Marriott Downtown, Texas Room, First Floor

W.09  Writing War and Beyond: Continuing Dialogues of Military Experience through Accessible Writing Opportunities
JW Marriott, Room 109, First Floor

W.10  Sing, Act, Engage: A Workshop on Performance, Pedagogy, and Professional Development
JW Marriott, Room 202, Second Floor

W.11  Sonic Pedagogies for the Composition Classroom
JW Marriott, Room 109, First Floor

 

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