The journal solicits authors from among the students and faculty at Illinois State University as well as among communities beyond the university. We encourage authors to share not only what they’ve learned about writing, but how they learned it. Thus, each new volume brings together a diverse collection of articles that all enact some form of writing research from a variety of authors. We publish a new volume of the journal each semester. However, purchasing an issue also includes access to the articles published in previous editions.
On February 10th, we held a session with our Critical Inquiry Ambassadors discussing the relationships between ENG 101, COM 110, and research at Milner Library. Topics addressed include commonalities in terminology, research aptitudes, transfer, and how to continue this collaboration between ENG 101, COM 110, and Milner Library.
Podcast (mp3 – 26 minutes)
Q&A (mp3 – 28 minutes)
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- The Writing Program Instructor’s Guide offers an overview of writing program philosophies, concepts, policies and other important information. This table of contents page will allow you to download specific sections of the Guide:
- The ENG145 Instructor’s Compendium is a collection of resources for instructors teaching ENG 145 & ENG 145.13) 2011 Compendium
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