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Writing with Integrity Symposium 2013

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St. Petersburg College in partnership with The Poynter Institute presents Writing with Integrity from Noise to Knowledge: Making the Transition across DisciplinesAgenda

Wednesday, May 29
videos courtesy of Stephen McFadden

9:00 Welcome: Dr. Rich Mercadante, SPC
FGO Senate President

9:15-10:30 Keynote speaker & Interactive Q & A
Expectations of/for College Writers,
Dr. Dana Ferris, Univ. of CAL—Davis – Handout

 

10:45-12:00
The Art of X-Ray Reading: Identifying the working parts of a text and translating them into your own writing
Roy Peter Clark, Poynter Institute

 

12:00-12:50
Creative and Critical Thinking Exercises
Shelbey Rosengarten, SPC

1:00-2:00
Read like a Reporter: Teaching students to read far, wide and sometimes fast!
Kelly McBride, Poynter Institute

 

2:15-3:15
Reading to Write: Deconstruction, Reconstruction, Self-destruction? – PowerPoint
Rachel Bennett , Li-Lee Tunceren, SPC

 

3:15-3:45
Pulling Threads —What we’ve learned today, What we’ve learned today, Homework: bring an assignment
Susan Demers, SPC

Thursday, May 30th

9:00 Welcome Back: Joe Leopold, SPC
Library and Learning Support Director

9:15-10:00
What’s wrong with Wikipedia?
Jason Chu, Turnitin
Plagiarism Spectrum—Insights into the 10 Types of Unoriginal Work
Originality, Plagiarism, and the Web

 

10:15-11:50
What we say; what they hear: Essential Questions:
Gail Lancaster, SPC
SPC New Initiative Program, Writing Studios, Learning Support Centers:
Leo Johnson, Patrick McGough, Melanie Paden, Linae Boehme, SPC

 

11:50-12:40
Student Voices: What’s college writing really like?
Matt Bodie, SPC

 

12:45-1:45
News to Use: College Reading, Research and WritingPonyter530
Kathy Bryson, Monica Lara, Cynthia Grey, Ginny Price, SPC
Original article – N.I.H. Moves to Retire Most Chimps Used in Research – NYTimes.com
4 different approachs by discipline – Bryson_MassComm / Grey_EthicsVT / Lara_Biology / Price_BehaviorVT

 

1:45-2:30
Feedback / Formative AssessmentPresentation
Teri Trede, Floyd Butz, Erin Goergen, SPC
– See the 2nd half of the video above for this presentation –

2:45-3:30
Resources and Action PlanFaculty resource guides
Karen Johnson, SPC
Faculty professional developmentCenter of Excellence for Teaching and Learning (CETL)
CETL Faculty Lead and Associates

 

3:30-4:00
Pulling Threads, Closing Remarks
Susan Demers, SPC

photos courtesy of Li-Lee Tunceren
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