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  • Welcome to Writing@CSU
    Textbooks Teaching Links The Composition Archives The WAC Clearinghouse An Open Access Learning Management System As a Writing Studio instructor it s easy to create class pages About Writing CSU Writing CSU is an open access Web site supported by Colorado State University It has been providing resources to writers and teachers first over the University s campus network and later over the Web since 1993 In the past year

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  • Writing Tools
    evaluate annotate save source text and create notes for your sources Drafts Work on your Drafts with our built in word processor You can work with formatted text just as you would in Word Perfect or Microsoft Word Outliner Use the Outliner to organize your ideas for a draft You can link notes and sources to the entries in your outlines Ideas Keep track of your ideas for a writing project with the Your Ideas tool You can add delete edit and categorize your ideas To Do List Create a To Do List to organize your work on a writing project You can add or delete tasks create notes about each task and prioritize your tasks ePortfolios Use the electronic portfolios tool to present your writing to friends family colleagues or potential employers You can also use the ePortfolio tool to respond to class assignments and institutional assessments Blogs Create Blogs to keep track of your ideas or share your thoughts with other writers You can keep your Blogs private share one or more with a class share them with individual writers or publish them on the Writing Studio Blogs page Wikis Writing CSU Wikis provide an online space for

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  • Writing Resources
    on topics ranging from narrowing your focus to creating a Web site Writing Activities Work on our writing activities to make progress on specific parts of a writing project such as developing an argument or analyzing a source Writing Collections View our collections of guides activities links and practice to learn about a particular type of writing writing for a specific course or writing in a specific discipline or profession Writing Resource Index View our indexed list of writing resources organized by both writing process what writers do and genre what writers produce Open Access Textbooks View Writing CSU s open access textbooks page Library Resources View links resources and instructional materials for using libraries to support your writing Writing Tools With a Writing Studio account you have access to a variety of writing tools including drafting outlining bibliography and note taking tools as well as communication tools that allow you to create blogs wikis and ePortfolios View information about these tools on our Writing Tools page Writing Links Consult our writing links for instructional materials and related resources elsewhere on the Web The Writing Gallery View the Writing CSU Writing Gallery a collection of work by undergraduate and graduate

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  • Teaching with Writing@CSU
    home page for CSU s gtPathways Writing Integration Initiative The WAC Clearinghouse Visit the WAC Clearinghouse a comprehensive collection of resources for teachers across the curriculum who use writing in their classes Across the Disciplines Visit the Across the Disciplines a refereed journal devoted to language learning and academic writing that publishes articles relevant to writing and writing pedagogy in all their intellectual political social and technological complexity CSU Writing Project The Colorado State University Writing Project CSUWP is a community dedicated to providing meaningful professional development for teachers and writing opportunities for students in northern Colorado Become a Writing Studio Instructor Our Writing Studio class pages allow you to manage your writing classes Our system is similar to Sakai and Blackboard but it s based on a different instructional metaphor Instead of quizzes and exam tools for example we offer the ability to view and comment on student work As a Writing Studio instructor you can create your own classes there s no need to request that a class be created And adding materials is as easy as copying and pasting formatted text out of a word processing document Open Access Textbooks View Writing CSU s open access textbooks

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  • News and Updates
    report to me I ve also been serving on the board of directors for Unizin a collaborative effort among several major universities to develop and refine the technological infrastructure many of us will use on our campuses to deliver technologically enhanced instruction These changes have meant that I have less time than I would like to continue to develop this site In response I ve turned to an idea I ve been considering for a number of years shifting the focus of the site from providing composing communication and class management tools for writers and writing instructors to offering open educational resources for the same community The Writing Studio is part of a larger site one that has since 1993 offered such resources But these resources are difficult to customize for a given group of writers a class say or a writing group If we thought of the Writing Studio as a tool for providing a customizable and interactive textbook however it might provide a useful resource for writers and writing instructors Imagine a site that allows you to create your own textbook by drawing on peer reviewed materials on a range of writing issues You could embed videos within the site You could add a blog an ePortfolio or a link to a shared document on a site such as Google Drive You could embed a video from a site such as YouTube You could link to Tumblr or other Web based resources You could add your own content You could embed course management tools such as calendars email lists and assignments You could view student progress and respond to their work And importantly you could use the site in conjunction with learning management systems such as Canvas Blackboard and Brightspace The goal we re pursuing now then is

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  • About this Site
    View the Writing Studio account agreement Writing Studio OER Project Learn about the Writing Studio Open Educational Resource Project Site Information Learn more about the Writing CSU Web site and the development history of its parent project the Writing Studio at Colorado State University Contact Information Find contact information for those involved in all aspects of the Writing CSU Web site Copyright and Disclaimer View our copyright statement and related

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  • Help Using this Site
    For some topics video guides are available Additional Information Learn how to Find Information on this Site Learn about the Writing Studio Vision View information About this Site View Credits for this Help System Using the Writing Studio Your Account Your Personal Page Your Saved Work Your Classes Blogs ePortfolios Wikis The To Do List Tool The Ideas Tool The Bibliography Tool The Outline Tool The Draft Tool Using Writing

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  • Site Index
    Tool Drafting Collection Drafting an Argument Writing Guide E Editing and Proofreading Strategies Writing Guide Electrical Engineering Collection Electrical Engineering Lab Reports Writing Guide Email Writing Guide Engineering Proposals Writing Guide Engineering Technical Reports Writing Guide English Composition Requirement Environmental Policy Statements Writing Guide ePortfolio Writing Tool Error Pattern Analysis Teaching Guide Ethnography Observational Research and Narrative Inquiry Writing Guide Evaluating Sources Writing Guide Evaluating Writing Assignments Teaching Guide Executive Summaries Writing Guide Experimental and Quasi Experimental Research Writing Guide Exploring Interests Writing Activity Exploring Your Topic Writing Activity F FAQ About Writing across the Curriculum Teaching Guide Feedback on Your Writing Send a Draft Tool Fiction Collection Fiction Readings Folders Manage Formatting Business Letters Writing Guide Freewriting Writing Activity From Collecting to Shaping an Argument Writing Activity G Gallery Writing Generalizabilty and Transferability Writing Guide Generating Ideas Collection Generating Ideas for Writing about Science Writing Activity Glossary of Key Terms Writing Guide Guides Teaching Guides Writing H Help Helping Students Find Significance Teaching Guide Helping Students Generate a Topic Teaching Guide Helping Students Narrow a Topic Teaching Guide Helping Students Summarize and Respond to Texts Teaching Guide How to Write a Complaint Letter Writing Activity How to Write a Cover Letter Writing Activity How to Write a Credit Letter Writing Activity How to Write a Refusal Letter Writing Activity How to Write a Response Letter Writing Activity How to Write a Sales Letter Writing Activity How to Write an Acceptance Letter Writing Activity How to Write an Acknowledgement Letter Writing Activity How to Write an Adjustment Letter Writing Activity How to Write an Application Letter Writing Activity How to Write an Informational Memo Writing Activity How to Write an Inquiry Letter Writing Activity How to Write an Instructional Memo Writing Activity How to Write an Order Letter Writing Activity Human Subjects Working With I Ideas Tool Writing Tool Informational Press Release Writing Activity Informative Speaking Writing Guide Informative Speeches Collection Integrating Sources Writing Guide Integrating Writing Into Any Course Starting Points Teaching Guide Intro to Teaching E238 Teaching Guide Introduction to Teaching CO130 Teaching Guide Introduction to Teaching CO300 Teaching Guide Introduction to Teaching CO301A Teaching Guide Introduction to Teaching CO301B Teaching Guide Introduction to Teaching in the Computer Classroom Teaching Guide Issue Analysis Worksheet Writing Activity J K L Leading Class Discussions Teaching Guide Library Links and Guides Links Writing Looping Activity Writing Activity M Maintaining Your Focus Writing Guide Manage Your Work Mechanical Engineering Collection My Page N Narrowing and Focusing Writing Activity Narrowing from Topic to Thesis for an Argumentative Essay Writing Activity Non Fiction Collection O Online vs Print Publishing Writing Guide Organizing Documents Writing Guide Outline Tool Writing Tool P Parts of an Argument Writing Guide Peer Review Writing Guide Personal Calendar Writing Tool Plagiarism Teaching Guide Plagiarism Understanding Planning a Class Teaching Guide Planning an Argument Writing Guide Poetry Collection Poetry Readings Poster Sessions Writing Guide Poster Sessions Collection Preparing to Write a Literature Paper I Writing Activity Preparing to Write a Literature

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