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College Writing Faculty and CATL Research Digital Literacies Pedagogies

October 29, 2009

Today's students and alumni can tap increasingly varied technologies to support their writing across the university, in internships, and in post-graduation careers. Five ENG 110 faculty also want them to have critical strategies for using these available technologies to enhance their writing processes, their written products, and their research.

Faculty and students conclude Carnegie project with book, presentation

October 28, 2009

The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning's three-year Institutional Leadership Program concluded this month with the publication of a book authored in part by Elon University faculty and students, as well as an international colloquium in Bloomington, Indiana.

Cahill, DiRosa, Motley, and Nam selected to be CATL Scholars

October 20, 2009

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) is pleased to name four faculty CATL Scholars for 2010-2012. The purpose of the CATL Scholars program is to cultivate scholarly and innovative teaching and learning at Elon University. CATL Scholars will receive funding for two years to develop, implement, and assess projects intended to transform student learning.

Jessie Moore chairs Carolinas WPA conference

October 13, 2009

Jessie Moore, assistant professor of English, served as the conference organizer for the Carolinas Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) fall conference, Writing Research and Program Preservation in Tight Financial Times, September 21-23, at WildAcres Retreat in Little Switzerland, N.C.

Frances Ward-Johnson presents research on blogging

October 13, 2009

Frances Ward-Johnson, associate professor in the School of Communications, presented research on blogging in public relations classes at the 2009 International Association of Online Communicators Annual Conference held Oct.1-2 in Washington, D.C.