National Conference Presentations
National Conference Presentations by the Mānoa Writing Program
- Public-izing Community Connections: Curating Place-based Writing on a WAC Program’s Web Site. Panel entitled "Leveraging the ‘Where’ of Writing: Forging, Showcasing, and Complicating Community Connections" with Pavel Zemliansky and Derek Owens, Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention, Las Vegas, NV, March 2013
- Leveraging demographics, local history, and community outreach to sustain WAC. Paper presented at the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference. Panel presentation with Laura Brady, Chris Thaiss, and Terry Zawacki, Savannah, June 2012
- Bringing student voices into program assessment. Panel and paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 1994.
- Interviews as assessment. Panel and paper presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Meeting, San Diego, March 1993.
- Exit interviews: Why, how, and what we've learned. Paper presented at Seventh Annual American Association of Higher Education Conference on Assessment, Miami, June 1992.
- Improving placement examination equitability, validity, and reliability. Paper presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, March 1992.
- A large-scale, five-hour, two-essay writing placement examination: What we have learned from four years of experience with 8,000 students. Paper presented at National Testing Network in Writing Annual Conference on Writing Assessment, New York, November 1990.
- The gap group: Needed interventions for unrecognized beneficiaries of changing admissions standards. Paper presented at annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Boston, April 1990.
- Evaluating evaluation through component analysis of a university-wide writing program. Paper presented at National Testing Network in Writing Seventh Annual Conference on Writing Assessment, Montreal, April 1989.