Oregon State University's Writing Center has produced "Writing Across Borders," a 3-year documentary project "to help faculty, writing assistants, and other professionals work more productively with international students in writing environments." The overall goal of the project is "to address some of the most significant challenges international students face when writing for American colleges and universities." The content is organized around the following questions:
PDF versions of the Writing Across Borders film's transcript, faculty development handout, and writing tutor training handout are included below:
1. These resources describe how to design effective writing assignments to elicit effective student writing:
3. The Consortium on Graduate Communication has created the following bibliography "to support instructors who are selecting textbooks or creating or revising curricula or materials for their graduate communication courses."
The WAC Clearinghouse provides a guide, "An Introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum," that offers information about WAC. The guide provides answers to WAC-related questions, such as "Why include writing in my courses?" and "What makes a good writing assignment?"
The U.S. News and World Report ranks the best colleges and universities for "Writing in the Disciplines" programs. Model WAC programs that offer extensive resources for faculty, including handbooks and links, are listed below (especially noteworthy programs are shown in bold text):