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EWCA Conference 2010: Crossing National Boundaries and Linguistic Borders: (Re)Thinking and (Re)Situating the Writing Center and WAC Connection in Europe and Beyond
Paris, France, May 24-28, 2010
Website


Presentations

Monday, May 24, 2010
Time/ Venue: 6:00-9:00 pm, Marais
Pre-Conference Workshop: "Walk about/ Write about" in the Marais
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European University Viadrina, Germany

Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Time/ Venue: 3:30-6:00 pm, American Church, Quai d'Orsay
Keynote
Presentation:
Centered Writing: Sharing and Collaborating across Borders
Speech
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Professor Emerita of English, Purdue University (retired)
Writing Lab Director, Purdue University (retired)
Writing Lab Newsletter, Editor

Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Time/ Venue: 4:15-5:15 pm, AUP, Grenelle Building
60-minute Panel:  Writer Development and Feedback Groups: Procedures and Benefits
Presentation: Writing Groups for Masters' Thesis Writers
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www.samf.ku.dk/pcs

Supplementary Material Booklet
Writing Groups - Why and How?
Teaching and Learning Unit of Social Sciences
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES; UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN
Website: www.samf.ku.dk/pcs/english

Wednesday May 26, 2010
Time/ Venue: 4:15-5:15 pm, AUP, Grenelle Building
20-minute Presentation:
Library and Writing Center Collaboration for Student Information Literacy
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University Writing Center, Regional Campuses
University of Central Florida
www.uwc.cah.ucf.edu

Thursday May 27, 2010
Time/ Venue: 9:30-10:30 am, AUP, Grenelle Building
60-minute Panel: Writing Center Work across Generations
Franziska Liebetanz
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Thursday, May 27, 2010
Time/ Venue: 9:30 -10:30 am, AUP, Grenelle Building
20-minute Presentation:
Communcation across Curricula: Creating Collaborative Spaces for Teaching Multimodal Critical Thinking
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Writing Centre and Surrey Learning Centre Head Faculty
Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Thursday May 27, 2010
Time/ Venue: 11:00 am-12:00 pm, AUP, Grenelle Building
60-minute Workshop:
Roses are red, violets are blue! Commonalities and Differences between European and US Writing Centers
Interactive Diagnosis Checklist
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Sabanci University, Turkey, EWCA Board

Thursday, May 27, 2010
Time/ Venue: 1:30-2:30 pm, AUP, Grenelle Building
60-minute Panel: Online Tutor Training
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University of Phoenix, Instructional Design & Development

Thursday, May 27, 2010
Time/ Venue: 3:00-4:00 pm, AUP, Grenelle Building
60-minute Workshop:
Writing and Tutoring in English: How do European Writing Centers Cope with the Consequences of Bologna
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Coordinator Scriptorium
www.tilburguniversity.nl/scriptorium

Thursday, May 27, 2010
Time/ Venue: 3:00-4:00 pm
, AUP, Grenelle Building
60 minute Panel: Transforming the American Model: Rethinking the Teaching of Writing for the 21st Century
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Director, Writing Across the Curriculum
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Kaplan University Writing Center Website

 

EWCA Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops/ Meetings

EWCA Regional Report to IWCA - March. 5, 2010

EWCA Regional Report to IWCA - Nov. 11, 2008

 

International Writing Studies/ FAQ including CCCC 2009 Workshop on International Research and International Glossary   

    

Bosphorus Project [October 2006 - Present]
Materials for Teachers and Tutors of Writing

 

EWCA's Representation at the 60th Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication [CCCC] Making Waves,
San Francisco, CA, US,  March 11-14, 2009
Venue: Hilton San Francisco
CCCC 2009 Website
Pre-Conference Workshop [Mar 11, 2009,  MW & AW]
International Writing Scholarship and Collaborative Research: Attending to the Waves Between Continents
Discussion Leader: Dilek Tokay D: Download “istanbulwritingcenter”
How and Why WAC Can/Cannot Work in Some Primary/ Secondary Schools in Istanbul
Appendices
Discussion Leader: Gerd Brauer G: Download “qualityassurance”
Special Interest Group Business Meeting [FSIG.09, Mar 13, 2009, 6:30 - 20:30 PM]
International Network of Writing-across-the-Curriculum Programs  Chaired by Chris Thaiss in conjuction with the WID/ WAC Mapping Project
Discussion Leader: Dilek Tokay

Literacy Narratives,
Project started by Cynthia L. Selfe.
Dilek Tokay's Narratives   http://daln.osu.edu/handle/2374.DALN/438

 

EWCA Conference 2008: Initiating Writing Center Work - Connecting Secondary, Higher, and Professional Education,
Freiburg, Germany, June 19-22, 2008
EWCA Conference 2008 Website
Zeitschrift Schreiben: www.zeitschrift-schreiben.eu  Academic online journal on writing pedagogy in secondary, higher, and professional education
Keynotes   
Abstracts
Program

 

EWCA's Representation at the 9th International Writing Across the Curriculum [IWAC] 2008  Conference,
University of Texas, Austin, May 28 - 31, 2008
Website
Presentation
: International Secondary or University WAC-based Writing Centers: What's the Difference?
Presenter: Dilek Tokay from EWCA Board with Pamela Childers, The McCallie School; Tommy Tobin,
                   Stanford University; Reid Alexander, The McCallie School
Abstract
Roundtable: International Intersections PART I
                      Dilek Tokay from EWCA Board
Abstract

 

EWCA's Representation at the CCCC 2008 Convention: Writing Realities, Changing Realities,
Hilton Riverside, New Orleans, April 2-5, 2008
Participant: Dilek Tokay, SIG Session INTERWAC Networking- Board of Consultants and Participants,                                        
Participant [video recording]: Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams, INTERWAC Networking Survey
Extract from the CCCC 2008 Website

 

Participation: SLAC - WPA Conference, Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania, US, January 11-13, 2008   
Writing program administrators' collaborations concerning research, creativity, program assessment, faculty development, and resources.
Participant: Tracy Santa
Website


EWCA 's Representation at the First Athens International Writing Centers Conference: Revisioning
Tomorrow’s Writing Center: Roles, Practices, Audiences
Hellenic American University, Athens, Greece, November 9-10, 2007
Hosts: Hellenic American University Writing Center in collaboration with the Center for Applied Linguistics and
            Language Studies
of the Hellenic American Union
Venue: Hellenic American University, Athens, Greece
Website
Presenters: 

Gerd  Braeuer, Extending Writing Center Work to the Community: Writing and Reading Support for Asylum Seekers in
                        the City of Leipzig

Lisa  Ganobcsik-Williams, Maximising the Potential of Your Writing Center’s Local Context
Ann Mott,What we Talk about when we Talk about Writing
Dilek Tokay, Efforts to make “outsiders” “insiders”: Is it a dream? Writing Centers’  Survival and Outreach Strategies.  

 

Publication: Dead Letters: Error in Composition 1873-2004, released by Hampton Press, October 2007
Author: Tracy Santa, EWCA Board member appointed as EWCA's representative on the  IWCA Board as of
November 2007
Manuscript

 

EWCA's Representation at  iPed [Inquiring Pedagogies Research Network] Conference 2007: Researching Academic Futures
Coventry University, September 10-11, 2007
Website
Presenter:
Mary Deane [substituting member  for  Ganobcsik -Williams while she was on maternity leave]
Entry under Bull, K. and Deane, M. Pedagogy and the Emerging Techno-Cultural Challenges for Writing
                                                        within Industrial Design
.

                       


EWCA's Representation at the11th International INGED ELT Conference: Stretching Boundaries
INGED/ELEA & School of Foreign Languages, Ankara University,  September 6-8, 2007
Website
Presenter
Dilek Tokay, Presentation Skills: Does HOW we present make WHAT we present more meaningful?
[Abstract]  [Workshop ppt]  [Presentation EVA Checklist]

 


Participation: IWCA - International Summer Institute 2007, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, US August 5-10, 2007 
Participant: Mary Deane [substituting member for  Ganobcsik -Williams while she was on maternity leave]
Institute Website/ Participants

 



EWCA's Representation at the  EATAW
2007 Conference:  Teaching Academic Writing across and
in the Disciplines
  
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, June 30 - July 2, 2007
Website
Presenters:
Gerd Braeuer, Communication Strategies for Initiating University Writing Centers
Gerd Braeuer et al, Tutoring Across Borders
Lisa Ganobcsik-Willliams et al, Historical Roots of National Writing Cultures” (Part I)
Lisa Ganobcsik -Williams was elected to the EATAW Board at EATAW 2007 and appointed as the EATAW's  Ex-Officio member to the IWCA in  August 2007.

 

EWCA's Representation at the 2007 Conference on College Composition and Communication [CCCC]
Annual Convention: Representing Identities

New York, US,  March 21-24, 2007
Hosts: The CCCC and NCTE
Venue: New York Hilton, NYC, US.
Convention Website
Presenters:
Theme: Cultures of Writing and Writing Instruction: Toward Expressing Identity in an International Context.
Panel Abstract
Dilek Tokay, Sabanci University Writing Center, Istanbul, Turkey
                     Building Identities through Learning Communities in Europe; Preparing a Professional Identity through
                     Four Different Programs at Sabanci University Writing Center  

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                     Multiple Identities that Comprise AUP: Freshman Interdisciplinary Program that Speaks to the Culture of
                     Writing for 106 Nationalities in Paris.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Centre for Academic Writing, Coventry University, UK
                    
[substituting member for Ganobcsik-Williams while she was on maternity leave]
Reflections on CCCC 2007

 


EWCA's Representation at the First International iPed Conference 2006: Pedagogic Research and Academic Identities

Coventry University TechnoCentre, September 11-12, 2006
Presenter/ Organizer:
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EWCA 2006: Connecting the dots...

Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, June 24-26, 2006,
Website
Conference Pictures
Presenters/ Organizers:
Dilek Tokay, EWCA Chair 2005-2006, Organizer
EWCA 2006 Istanbul Review: Connecting the dots  
[wrap-up minutes]
Gerd  Brauer, Core Panel III Vision, Mission, and Institutional Support in Higher - Secondary Education Linkages 
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This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Presentation 16 [75- min. Panel] Theme II Turning Complaints and Concerns in Faculty Offices about
                     Students'  Written Work into Academic Collaboration called WAC

Aftermath of EWCA 2006: Bosphorus Project of Ricmond University by Dr. Joe Essid
                                           Bosphorus Project on Wikipedia


EWCA's Representation at The 8th International WAC Conference

Clemson University, South Carolina, USA, May 18-20, 2006
Website
Presenters:
Dilek Tokay, EWCA Chair, Individual Workshop: Effective Dialogues and Encouragement for WIC/ WAC Issues and
                    Centers for Excellence at High Schools 
[ppt 1][ppt 2]
Gerd Braeuer, EWCA Board Member, Presenter  with Pamela Childers: Bridging the Gap between Secondary School and
                   
Higher Education [Panel Part I]
Dilek Tokay and Gerd Braeuer on the Panel  with Pamela Childers: Briding the Gap  between Secondary School
                    and Higher Education
[Panel Part II]
[pictures] Greetings from colleagues at WAC 8th to EWCA members at EWCA 2006
Sessions 5.1 & 7.7, Conference Program
WAC Sustainibility



EWCA's Representation on the IWCA Board

November 19, 2005
[doc]


EWCA 2005: Local Practice, Global Vision

Halkidiki, Greece, June 17-19, 2005
Website
Venue: Athos Palace, Halkidiki, Greece
[pictures]
Presenters/ Organizers:
Anna Challenger, EWCA Chair, Organizer
Tracy Santa, Workshop Presenter, What's Local about Local Practice
Dilek Tokay, Workshop Presenter, Creating Writing Center Ethos: "Workshop - Tutorial - Follow up" Trilogy based on
                                                       Trust, Respect, and Joy

Ann Mott, Worshop Presenter, Freshmen in Balance: Building Learining Communites
Conference Materials

[Keynote]             - Gerd Brauer
[Workshop 1]       - Dilek Tokay
[Presentation 5]   - Margaret Shannon
[Presentation 8]   - Zeliha Gulcat & Oya Ozagac
[Presentation 9]   - Ingrid Stassen & Usha Wilbers
[Presentation 10] - Defne Akinci & Aysem Karadag
[Presentation 11] - Benedict E. DeDominicis
[Presentation 12] - Shane Coates
[Presentation 13] - Deniz Kucuk



EWCA's Representation at the BAKU Conference: Academic Reading and Writing in Higher Education Reform in Azerbaijan

Baku, Azerbaijan, May 18-21, 2005
Presenter:
Dilek Tokay
[program] [ppt] [press release] [pictures]

EWCA's Representation at The Seventh WAC Conference: WAC from an International Perspective
St Louis, Missouri, US, May 20-22, 2004
Host: University of Missouri, Campus Writing Program with assistance from Cornell University,
         Rice University, and Washington University
Venue: Mariott Hotel, St Louis [Downtown]                                     
Presenter:
Dilek Tokay, Writing Centers as Sites for High School and College Linkages                         
                    
[ppt] [supplementary document]
 


EWCA's Representation at the SUWC, Regional Writing Centers Seminar: How Do We Make Writing Centers Matter to Bilingual Communities?

Sabanci University Writing Center, Istanbul, Turkey, April 16-18, 2004
Seminar Page
Presenters/ Organizers:
Dilek Tokay, Organizer Liaison role of University Writing Centers to Form  Networks among Universities
                                    and High Schools, Sharing Similar Goals in Writing

Anna Challenger, EWCA Chair, Keynote
Ann Mott, Board Member, Workshop presenter Linguistics of Contact: Tutor-speak
Mary Skondras, Board Member, Workshop presenter Implementing and Experiencing Writing
                     Across the Curriculum [WAC]
 
[pictures]


European Writing Centers Association [EWCA] Regional Report
November 2003
[doc]



EATAW-EWCA Conference II - EWCA Meeting Agenda

Budapest, Hungary, June 2003
[ppt]
Session C6, Conference Program



EWCA News in IWCA's UPDATE: Volume 4, Issue1- Fall 2002, Pages 2-3

[doc]



EWCA Halkidiki Review: Writing Centers in Europe: Out of hopeful green stuff woven by Anna Challenger

Halkidiki, Greece, June 2002
[doc]



EWCA Halkidiki Workshop: Peer Tutor Training for European Universities

Thessaloniki, Greece, June 7-10, 2002
Anna Challenger, Organizer
Paula Gillespie & Harvey Kail, Workshop Chairs
Host: The Anatolian University of Thessaloniki
Venue: Agionissi Resort - Amoliani, Halkidiki
[pictures]



EATAW-EWCA Conference I - Review by Harvey Kail: Teaching Academic Writing Across Europe

Groningen, Netherlands, June 18-20, 2001
[doc]



EATAW-EWCA Conference I

Groningen, Netherlands, June 18-20, 2001
Anna Challenger, EWCA Chair - Organization Committee
Dilek Tokay, Presenter



European Writing Centers Association [EWCA] Conference I

Sadanski, Bulgaria, March 11, 2000
Anna Challenger, Organizer
Tracy Santa, Organizer