Worlds Apart? International Students, Source-Based Writing, and Faculty Development Across the Curriculum

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Murphy, Greer Alison;
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: English as a second language | Educational leadership | Plagiarism and intertextuality | Writing across the curriculum | Rhetoric and composition | Sociolinguistics | Faculty development | International students

This study examined how English as a Second Language (ESL) and Writing program faculty at a professional liberal arts college partnered with faculty across the curriculum to help international students learn to write from sources and avoid unintentional plagiarism. Eigh... View more
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