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- Write Place
Office of Writing, Research and New Media
The Office of Writing, Research and New Media (WRNM) offers a range of services and programs in all three areas for both faculty and students. Through the Write Place, peer tutoring is available to both graduate and undergraduate students. Faculty are supported through individual consultations as well as workshops and seminars on writing across the curriculum, teaching with new media, and establishing successful research agendas.
These resources are intended to help faculty and administrators create and refine their efforts to assess teaching, student learning, and program design.
Research Fellows Program
This seminar involves pre-tenure faculty from across the curriculum who meet during the spring to reflect on and discuss their research plans, learn more about support for research at UD, and hear from speakers addressing research-related topics. Participants reconvene in the fall to report on the progress of their work.
Teaching with Technology
In this seminar a community of faculty explore how to employ technology to promote student learning and to develop at least one classroom application of technology. The seminar draws on the resources of the Office of Writing, Research and New Media, the Office of Curriculum Innovation and E-Learning, and Roesch Library.
The Write Place exists to enhance writing competency across the curriculum for students, faculty, and staff. We strive to create a comfortable, collaborative environment in which learning can flourish. Staffed by graduate and undergraduate students from a variety of disciplines, the Write Place can assist with a wide range of writing challenges. Services include drop-in consultations, one-on-one appointments, digital drop-off and writing workshops.
Writing Across the Curriculum
This workshop involves faculty members from across the University who gather to discuss how writing can aid learning in the disciplines and how instructors can use writing more effectively in their classes.