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Corso, Gail S.; Weiss, Sandra; McGregor, Tiffany – Online Submission, 2010
This narrative describes collaboration among librarians, writing program coordinator, and professors on an information literacy task force. Their attempts to infuse the University's curriculum with information literacy are described. Authors define the term, explain its history with three professional organizations, and describe processes for…
Descriptors: Information Literacy, Librarian Teacher Cooperation, College Faculty, Coordinators
Corso, Gail S. – 2001
The writing program administrator (WPA) at a small, Catholic liberal arts college has many roles in fulfilling her job responsibilities and upholding institutional values, which include collaboration, dialogue, and application of knowledge to benefit others and the environment. Some of these roles include: teaching four courses, engaging in…
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Faculty Workload, Higher Education, Institutional Cooperation
Corso, Gail S. – 1999
Writing teachers notice how students who succeed with their written projects often do so after they have moved to a kind of anger either with themselves or the project, with external stimuli, or with a general sense of injustice. They are stimulated by the emotion to creative problem solving, and as an effect, they may succeed at eliminating the…
Descriptors: Anger, Antisocial Behavior, Emotional Response, Higher Education
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Corso, Gail S.; Williamson, Sandra C. – Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 1999
Discusses points that educators should consider when using the technology of networked writing environments. Stresses the need to understand how technology functions and intervenes for pedagogical processes. Contains 57 references. (DDR)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Strategies, Elementary Secondary Education