What we're reading
The CCCC outlines principles for Online Writing Instruction that are applicable across the institution.
This article explains how Einstein used creative and artistic thinking with science and math.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers issues reports and articles regarding employment trends and in-demand majors. The link provided is an article specifying the most in-demand degrees for the class of 2013.
NAU News often features interviews with faculty and insight into trends and hot topics around the university.
The NAU PAIR office handles all institution-wide surveys on range of topics. For the IWP, the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) and National Student Survey of Engagement (NSSE) are interesting and we have gathered the relevant findings here
Quality Matters is a national organization that ensures the quality of design and content in online-based learning and blended learning supplemental materials in K-12 and higher education.
STEM to STEAM
A study and survey conducted by Adobe to record people's perceptions of creativity.
Writing and Mathematics
Microsoft gives some general advice on publishing papers in math.
MIT outlines its requirements for its writing curriculum. Although dated, the material is still relevant.
Writing Across the Curriculum
Historically, our program is known as Writing Across the Curriculum.
The OWL showcases a brief history of the WAC movement and provides links to current WAC programs across the country.
The WAC Clearinghouse hosts an annual WAC conference and features the international WAC network.