Papers and talks from the WPA sessions at MLA 2009

Several who presented in CWPA's two sponsored sessions at the 2009 MLA have graciously agreed to share their work with those interested. Links to the following are below: Panel: WPA Work in Community College Contexts Considerations of Class: Writing Program Administration and the Community College Heather Ostman, Ph.D. Assistant Chair & Assistant Professor English Dept., Westchester Comunity College (Re)Creating a Writing Program: Instituting and Negotiating Change Using the WPA Outcomes Statement Malkiel Choseed, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Onondaga Community College Panel: The Impact of Obama's Rhetorical Strategies Keeping Pace with Obama's Rhetoric: Digital Ecologies in the Writing Program and the White House Shawn Casey Doctoral Candidate The Ohio State University Obama Online: Using the White House as an Exemplar for Writing Instruction Elizabeth Losh, Ph.D. University of California, Irvine “Classroom 2.0—Connecting with the Digital Generation: Pedagogical Applications of Barack Obama’s Rhetorical Use of Twitter” Jeff Swift, Brigham Young University Presentation: Link to Prezi: