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Resource Guide for Teaching Writing Intensive Courses

The purpose of this guide is to point you to some resources that may assist you in developing and teaching Writing Intensive courses. This guide includes general resources on writing pedagogy as well as resources appropriate for specific disciplines.

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This guide provides general and discipline-specific resources for use in developing Writing Intensive courses. There are few writing resources in the social and natural sciences, but look through the general resources listed. Some of them include sections that relate to a wide variety of disciplines. What I have provided here is a sampling of relevant resources. I will be adding to the list as resources come to my attention.

In all cases, call numbers are provided for print books. For e-books, no call numbers are provided, since our catalog records do not include the call numbers of e-books. The title of each book listed links to the catalog record for that book

Please note that this guide is a work in progress. If you have any suggestions for resources that you would like to see included here, I encourage you to contact me.  I welcome all feedback.


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