The annual Teaching with Writing series combines discussions, faculty panels, and workshops focused on all aspects of teaching with writing at the University of Minnesota. All events are free, but preĀ­-registration is required.

Registration for each event is available on the pages to the left.

Contact the Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) team with any questions.
More about TWW: As learning technologies continue to evolve in higher education, writing becomes even more crucial in teaching and learning in our disciplines. The Teaching with Writing program supports and sustains all teachers from across the campus through timely and relevant consultations, discussions, and workshops. In addition, our online resources provide examples of and approaches to course design, writing assignments, and other teaching activities that will help you integrate writing in your classes.

We offer discussions on writing and writing instruction in three ways: Workshops (interactive sessions in which participants develop instructional practices and/or materials appropriate to their specific teaching contexts); Panel Discussions (lunch-time discussions in which faculty members from diverse disciplines discuss specific and innovative writing instruction practices they've developed); and Engaging Controversies (provocative Friday morning discussions tuned to controversial issues and readings).

Please visit our website for more information: writing.umn.edu/tww