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Teaching Writing in a Digital Classroom
On Friday, March 13, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Cornell University suspended instruction. On April 6, 2020, instruction resumes with faculty and students accessing classes and completing coursework from remote locations across the world. The Knight Institute has compiled here resources to support remote-access teaching and learning in First-Year Writing Seminars.
Sample FWS Course Materials
- Guidance for Faculty: How to Get and Stay Connected with International Students | Cox
- Guidance for International Students: How to Get and Stay Connected to Cornell | Cox
- Weekly Lesson Plan (Synchronous and Asynchronous Activities) | Carrick
- Sample (Asychronic) Peer Review | Navickas
- Revised Classroom Plan Handout: Digital Tools, Communications Plan, Work Plan & Zoom Classroom Etiquette | Carrick
- Evaluating Research Sources Video, Locating Scholarly Sources via the Library Video, and Handout (PDF at bottom of page) | Navickas
For access to videos of our Tuesday, March 17 or Thursday, March 26 workshops in which we talk through the above materials, email Jennifer Janke.
- Digital Handouts on Writing from the Cornell Writing Centers
- Sample FWS Student Survey | Making the Transition to the Digital Classroom
- FWS Instructor Survey | Making the Transition to the Digital Classroom