Digital Writing Resources
Pedagogical Support Services for Digital Writing Resources
The Composition Program offers several kinds of support services for instructors teaching writing with digital technology.
Scheduling of Computer Classrooms: Instructors can schedule use of the two computer classrooms in the Humanities Building (LL15 and 104) by e-mailing Linda Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org . Computer classrooms may be reserved for specific days, specific dates, or for an entire semester. Scheduling is done on a first-come, first-served basis. Many instructors are eager to teach in these classrooms, making them a scarce resource. We ask instructors to do their best to share this resource by only scheduling time in the classrooms for which the computers are a pedagogical necessity.
- Pedagogy Workshops: We offer periodic workshops on digital writing pedagogy. These workshops are announced in the weekly Composition News email. If you have a particular issue you would like addressed in a workshop please let us know.
- Instructor Support: The Assistant Directors of Composition are available to help instructors with questions about how best to use digital writing resources in Composition Program courses. Simply contact the ADCs with a description of the kind of classroom work you would like to accomplish and they will schedule a time to work with you (ADCQuery@louisville.edu).
- Online Digital Writing Resources: The Digital Writing Resources page has links and other online resources to help you use digital writing pedagogies in your courses.
If you have other questions about the Composition Program’s Digital Writing Resources, contact the Assistant Directors of Composition or the Director of Composition.