Appalachian State University's Writing Across the Curriculum Program is committed to supporting faculty as they strive to use writing in inclusive ways in their classrooms. In addition to our dedicated Trauma-Informed Pedagogy resources, we have also collected and/or created a variety of resources, which are availabe below, and we are happy to work with individual faculty or departments to ensure that writing opportunities across our campus are designed to support rather than undermine student learning.
- Accessibility Faculty Guide (created by Holli Flanagan, our 2020-2021 WAC Graduate Research Assistant)
- Alternative Texts and Critical Citations for Antiracist Pedagogies (crowdsourced list that continues the work begun by Dr. Cana Uluak Itchuaqiyaq and her Multiply Marginalized and Underrepresented scholars list [which you can see HERE]. Suggestions/additions can be added at the provided web links. Contact Dr. Itchuaqiyaq at cana[at]vt[dot]edu to say thank you)
- Antiracist Teaching Resources/Readings (list curated by Dr. Megan McIntyre; focused on teaching writing and, more generally, literacy; contact her at mm250[at]uark[dot]edu to say thank you or offer suggestions/additions)
Antiracist Feedback Practices (created by Dr. Megan McIntyre, who you can contact at mm250[at]uark[dot]edu)
Image galleries that promote accurate and equitable representation (created by Dr. Kevin Kelly in support of the Peralta Community College District Equity Initiative)