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"Do We Hate It Too?: Faculty Attitudes Towards Teaching Peer Review"

Wednesday, February 22
4:00-5:30pm
Student Union 301

"Do We Hate It Too?: Faculty Attitudes Towards Teaching Peer Review"
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RIC's Second Annual Writing Week

Join us for a week to celebrate writing at Rhode Island College

College Lecture Series Speaker: Composition Specialist Lad Tobin, October 19th from 12:30-2:00, Faculty Center South: "Self-Disclosure and Teacherly Ethos"

Writing Awards: October 19th, 12:00-12:30, Faculty Center South. Winners of the 2010-2011 FYW Awards will read from their essays/projects and receive their prizes. Look for the winning essays on the FYW Program's website.

Magnetic Poetry Board: Stop by the Adams Library lobby. Write a haiku with magnetic poetry. Take a picture of your poem and send it to writingweek@gmail.com. Look for your haiku on display this fall at our website (listed below) and around campus. (Brought to you in conjunction with the Open Books, Open Mind Committee.)

National Day on Writing: The RIWP is organizing a Writing Marathon, to take place on RIC's campus. Visit their website (www.ric.edu/riwp) to locate the map and writ-ing stations for the day.

First Pagers: Every wonder how faculty write, or what they write about? Stop by the display outside the English Department (Craig-Lee 264) and check out some of the first pages of in-progress faculty projects.


For information, Contact:
Becky Caouette
456-8674
bcaouette@ric.edu
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RIC's First Annual Writing Week (2010)

Join us for a week to celebrate writing at Rhode Island College!

  • Workshop: Responding Effectively to Student Writing: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 from 2:00-3:00 in Craig-Lee 255. We'll talk about how best to respond to student writing in person, on paper, and electroni-cally, and we'll think about how to make feedback helpful and useful.
  • National Day on Writing: Wednesday, October 20th from 10:30-2:30. The Writing Marathon kick-off begins at 10:30 at Alumni Lounge in Roberts Hall. Then, find a place to write anywhere on campus (try writing in a group, so that you can share!). Return to Alumni Lounge at 1:30 for sharing and refreshments. This is a nationwide event from NCTE, but our local marathon is brought to you by the Rhode Island Writing Project (RIWP), the Writing Center, and the First Year Writing Program.
  • College Lecture Series Speaker: Thursday, October 21st from 2:00-3:30 in the Reinhardt Room, Adams Library. Christina Ortmeier-Hooper, of UNH, will deliver a talk entitled "Second Language (L2) Writers in the Composition Classroom: Perspectives and Possibilities"
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Christina Ortmeier-Hooper on Second Language Writing

Speaker Christina Ortmeier-Hooper will deliver a talk entitled "Second Language (L2) Writers in the Composition Classroom: Perspectives and Possibilities" on Thursday, October 21st at 2:00 p.m. in the Adams Library Reinhardt Room. This talk is made possible by the College Lecture Series, The First Year Writing Program, and the Writing Center, and is part of RIC's First Annual Writing Week (October 18-22; more details to follow). All are welcome to attend.

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