The Talk: How to interview students about academic integrity violations

Academic Integrity, Take 2: How often do students cheat?

Academic Integrity Online

This podcast is published in conjunction with a blog of the same title at https://blog.ualberta.ca and also available as an episode with the "Teaching Plus" podcast of the University of Alberta Centre for Teaching and Learning.

Story, Science, and Simplicity

Story, Science and Simplicity (slides)
Link to article in The Conversation: "I study viruses"

Teaching Writing Online

Writing the Teaching Philosophy Statement

Genres of Academic Writing: The Teaching Statement (slides)
Teaching Philosophy Workshop (slides)
R. Graves Blog Post on Writing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement

Style in Research Articles

Genres of Academic Writing: The research article (slides)
Genres of Academic Writing: Style in the research article (handout)

Feedback about Feedback

WAC Quick Guides
Literature review for peer feedback

Clear and Concise

Clear and Concise (slides)

The Plain or Low Style

Styles of Academic Writing

Style: A template for analysis
Style: sample documents for analysis

Becoming a Productive Writer

Becoming a Productive Writer (slides)

The Rhetoric of Oil

I paid for an A!

CBC.CA article on writing and AI
CBC.CA article on students buying essays

Better writing through AI: Online writing tools

Better Writing through AI: Online writing tools (slides)

Helping graduate students write better

Working with graduate student writing (slides)
Graduate Student Writers: Self Assessment Form

3 Things Graduate Student Supervisors Want to Know

Mastering Academic Writing: An interview with the authors

Beyond words: visuals in documents

Genre, format, and purpose

Purposes for Writing in the Disciplines

Purposes for Writing

Audience and Rhetorical Situations

Teaching Writing Today

Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines

Writing Assessment: A conversation with Dr. David Slomp

Write Like Your Academic Career Depends On It!

PhD Pharmacy Writing Seminar

Philosophies of Teaching Writing

Good prompt, bad prompt: How to create good writing assignments

Writing Effective Essay Exam Questions(PDF)
Engaging Ideas: The Professor's Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom, John Bean
Effective Grading: A Tool for Learning and Assessment in College, Babara Walvoord

Writing the Teaching Philosophy Statement

Active Learning: A Practical Guide for College Faculty*, M. Weimer
Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher, S. Brookfield
Developing your Teaching Philosophy
The Courage to Teach, P. Palmer
What the Best College Teachers Do, K. Bains

*University of Alberta has a Magna Commons Subscription, request access here.

How to Respond to Student Writing

Responding to Student Writing: Suggestions from Writing Studies Research

Responding to Student Writing (PPT)

Harvard Writing Project Brief Guide Series: A Brief Guide to Responding to Student Writing (PDF)

Helping Graduate Students Write Well

Helping Graduate Students Write Well

Helping Graduate Students Improve Their Writing

How To Get A Good Thesis Statements

Writing a Working Thesis

Grammar: Should I Grade For It?

Grammar and Errors in Student Writing

Faster and Fairer: Using rubrics to grade written assignments in your class

Health Science Rubrics

WAC Quickguide on Rubrics

Marking Rubrics Slides

CTL Rubrics page

Current-traditional, Process, and Post-process Approaches to Teaching Writing

Current-traditional, process, and post-process approaches to teaching writing (PREZI)

The 10 Minute Assignment Tune-up

10 Minute Assignment Tune-up (PDF)

Formal Writing Assignments: Suggestions from Writing Studies Research (PDF)

Scoring Guides and Rubrics: Suggestions from Writing Studies Research (PDF)

Clear Instructions, Great Expectations: Creating good writing assignments (PDF)

Marking Essays: Designing Rubrics that Work (PDF)

A Conversation with Instructors About Writing Assignments