The Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) and Writing-in-the-Disciplines (WID) Program at Daytona State College emphasizes the link between literacy education and disciplinary study. The WAC/WID Program is a partnership among UCF and DSC faculty, administrators, and the DSC-UCF Writing Center whose ultimate goal is to equip students with the literacy aptitude necessary for a world that demands strong communication skills in a range of disciplines, in myriad genres, and for varied audiences.
Pursuant to this goal, The WAC/WID Program aims to prepare and support faculty to teach writing in their disciplines, within a framework of best practices in writing studies theory and pedagogy, in order to expand the writing expectations in their courses.
The WAC/WID Professional Development Program is at the heart of the program and is a requisite step for those faculty interested in procuring a Writing Fellow to support writing instruction in the classroom.
For more information about Daytona State College’s WAC/WID program, please contact the WAC/WID Coordinator, Jessica Kester at KesterJ@DaytonaState.edu.
For more information about Daytona State College’s Writing Fellows program, please contact the Writing Fellow Coordinator, Chris Gebhardt at GebharC@DaytonaState.edu.