The imperative to write and to publish is a relatively new
development in the history of academia, yet it is now a significant
factor in the culture of higher education. Working with Faculty
Writers takes a broad view of faculty writing support,
advocating its value for tenure-track professors, adjuncts, senior
scholars, and graduate students. The authors in this volume imagine
productive campus writing support for faculty and future faculty
that allows for new insights about their own disciplinary writing
and writing processes, as well as the development of fresh ideas
about student writing.
Contributors from a variety of institution types and perspectives
consider who faculty writers are and who they may be in the future,
reveal the range of locations and models of support for faculty
writers, explore the ways these might be delivered and assessed,
and consider the theoretical, philosophical, political, and
pedagogical approaches to faculty writing support, as well as its
relationship to student writing support.
With the pressure on faculty to be productive researchers and
writers greater than ever, this is a must-read volume for
administrators, faculty, and others involved in developing and
assessing models of faculty writing support.
Subjects: Language & Literature, Education
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