Chapter 13: Preparing Graduate Students and Contingent Faculty for Online Writing Instruction: A Responsive and Strategic Approach to Designing Professional Development Opportunities
This chapter describes a responsive and strategic approach to the development of an asynchronous online mini-course in online writing instruction (OWI) for both graduate TAs and contingent faculty in the University of Louisville’s Composition Program. Demonstrating the importance of responding to local contexts, the authors reflect on the conditions shaping their own course design and, based on their experience, provide suggestions for WPAs who are in similar positions. This reflection is organized around seven key questions for WPAs to consider as they design their own professional development in OWI.
Jackson, N. Claire and Olinger, Andrea R., "Chapter 13: Preparing Graduate Students and Contingent Faculty for Online Writing Instruction: A Responsive and Strategic Approach to Designing Professional Development Opportunities" (2021). Faculty Scholarship. 525.
This book chapter appears in:
Borgman, Jessie, & McArdle, Casey (Eds.). (2020). PARS in Practice: More Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors. The WAC Clearinghouse; University Press of Colorado.