Faculty at NDSU may make appointments with the Associate Director of the Center for Writers, Dr. Karen Peirce (231-7288) to discuss writing assignments, rubrics, and strategies for incorporating writing into their classes.
Writing Across the Curriculum at NDSU
"Writing as Instructional Practice": This article on the National Education Association website focuses on the need to use writing in classrooms rather than simply teach students how to write.
Engaging Ideas: The Professor's Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning by John C. Bean is an excellent book for instructors who wish to incorporate write-to-learn activities into their courses.
WAC Clearinghouse: Colorado State University is the hub for writing instruction resources.
"Best Practices for Teachers" from Purdue University
"Five Secrets to Publishing Success" from Inside Higher Ed
"A Stand Against Wikipedia" from Inside Higher Ed explains why Wikipedia is not a credible source for academic writing.
"The New Plagiarism": Jamie McKenzie provides seven solutions to prevent plagiarism in his article, "Seven Antidotes to Prevent Highway Robbery in an Electronic Age."
"Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: WPA Statement of Best Practicese" from Coe College
"Discouraging Plagiarism" from Indiana State University