WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
If you're a student or instructor and you're wondering what
Writing Across the Curriculum has to
do with you, click here to find out more about Malaspina's unique
Interested? Join us in our virtual Writing Centre
to learn new ways of assessing and improving your writing
Got a writing problem? Visit our Electronic Tutor
for handbooks, examples and exercises to clean up your writing.
Check our Virtual Reference Desk for dictionaries,
web-searchers, directories, synonym finders, guides to bibliographic
styles--even the electronic Encyclopaedia Britannica.
You're an instructor and you'd like some ideas about including
more writing in your assignments? Click to our Professional Development Department
for ideas and practical suggestions.
Visit here for specific pointers and examples
of contemporary workplace and academic writing.
We've even got a Cosmic Communication Centre
where you can browse through the latest newspapers and magazines
from all over the world, eavesdrop on students and instructors
writing about writing, and check out new communication media
Sign-in at our Visitor's Check-In Desk
to help us build this site
This project was designed and implemented by Rick Herding (Developmental
Education), Brenda Sully (English), and Elizabeth Grove-White
The Steering Committee Members are: Ross Fraser (Dean, Arts/Humanities),
Carol Matthews (Dean, Human Services), Lyn Hunter (Literacy Programs),
Liz Hammond-Kaarremaa (Instructional Computing).
Special thanks are due also to Ron Apland, Neil Macmillan (buicohas
) and John Morrison for their help and encouragement and
to Glenn Johnston for making it possible.
And if you've got questions, suggestions, advice, or the
address of other virtual writing and reading web sites, please
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org