Conference announcement (Limerick/Ireland)

The Role of the Student Experience in Shaping Academic Writing Development in Higher Education

Wednesday 29th June – Friday 1st July 2011, The University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, Hosted by the Regional Writing Centre in conjunction with the Centre for Teaching and Learning, UL

The European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW) is a scholarly forum which seeks to bring together those involved or interested in the teaching, tutoring, research, administration and development of academic writing in higher education in Europe.

The 2011 EATAW conference invites all those interested in academic writing development in higher education to contribute to the discussion on enhancing the quality of the student experience through writing. Enhancing the student experience is central to the vision and mission of most higher-education institutions in Europe and beyond. How both undergraduate and postgraduate students experience academic writing has a major impact on the students’ participation in academic and disciplinary environments and on the development of their identity. Writing programmes and initiatives that actively engage students in the practices of their academic communities can enhance the quality of the student learning experience.

For further information, please consult the conference website at: http://www.ul.ie/rwc/eataw2011/

About literacymanagement

Members of the ILM consortium will share news about their local ILM program and ongoing collaborative projects. Participants of the ILM certificate program are encuraged to collaborate with any partner or project.
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