The WAC Clearinghouse website is the hub of communication about writing across the curriculum and and writing instruction in the disciplines. The website hosts scholarly WAC journals, and publishes digital books and resources for instructors. Access to all information is free.

The books and articles linked below provide helpful strategies forĀ  incorporatingĀ  writing into disciplinary courses.

Below, you will find a comprehensive WAC reference book with chapters that can be downloaded. The book is separated into three parts: “The WAC Movement,” “Approaches to Theory and Research” and “Practical Guidelines.”

  • Bazerman, Charles. Joseph Little, Lisa Bethel, Teri Chavkin, Danielle Fouquette, and Janet Garufis. Reference Guide to Writing Across the Curriculum. West Lafayette, Indiana: Parlor Press and the WAC Clearinghouse online, 2005.

 

Writers on Dimple

Kate and Jason Wheaton 2019 flank Jason’s poster on environmental contaminants. The poster session was part of a connected assignment between Environmental Science (Chem 303) and Writing in Professional Contexts (Eng 280).