Forming and Facilitating Faculty Writing Groups that Work

Fall 2019

Sep 19, 2019 [ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR]
3:00pm-4:00pm
348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)

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When writing groups work well, they can facilitate a generative, supportive community and help faculty meet their writing goals. Writing groups can help faculty identify measurable and achievable goals, stay on task, and problem-solve writing obstacles. Whether you have experience working in a wr...

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When writing groups work well, they can facilitate a generative, supportive community and help faculty meet their writing goals. Writing groups can help faculty identify measurable and achievable goals, stay on task, and problem-solve writing obstacles. Whether you have experience working in a writing group or no experience at all and are curious to know how and why they work, this workshop is for you. Our goals for this hour-long workshop are threefold:  

1. Understand how writing groups can serve your writing goals;

2. Identify the variety of ways writing groups can function;

3. Connect with fellow faculty to form groups.  

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