Do you want to use writing in your courses but don’t know where to start? Do you worry about how to grade papers fairly? Does the thought of a stack of ungraded essays wake you up in the middle of the night?
I’m here for you! As the new Campus Writing Program Director for CITL, I help instructors integrate writing into their courses. This means that I can assist you at any stage—from designing an Intensive Writing course, to crafting specific assignments, to grading efficiently. I am happy to meet with you individually or in a group setting.
I also promise to understand your particular needs as an instructor. I come (back) to IU after serving as an Associate Instructor for the IU English Department and, most recently, after teaching as a faculty member at Ohio Northern University. In addition, I have been an adjunct instructor for several area universities. I will be sure that my advice makes sense for your professional needs and goals. Please contact me via email or at 855-7289 if you’d like to talk about writing in your courses. Know a colleague who might benefit from this information? CITL encourages you to forward this information to colleagues as well.
Interested in helping your students with writing? Encourage them to take advantage of the free and excellent services offered by Writing Tutorial Services (WTS): 855-6738