Position Statements, Guidelines & Policies about Teaching Writing

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1. American Association of University Professors

2. Association of Colleges and Research Libraries

2.1. Objectives for Information Literacy Instruction: A Model Statement for Academic Librarians

2.2. Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education

2.3. Research Competency Guidelines for Literatures in English

2.4. ACRL Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education

2.5. Information Literacies Guidelines for Various Disciplines

3. Modern Language Association

3.1. Rethinking the Master’s Degree in English for a New Century

3.2. Professionalization in Perspective

3.3. Advice to Graduate Students: From Application to Career

3.4. Statement on Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Members

3.5. MLA Recommendation on Minimum Per-Course Compensation for Part-Time Faculty Members

3.6. MLA Recommendation on a Minimum Wage for Full-Time Entry-Level Faculty Members

3.7. Professional Employment Practices for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Members: Recommendations and Evaluative Questions

3.8. MLA Statement on the Use of Part-Time and Full-Time Adjunct Faculty Members

3.9. MLA Statement on Academic Freedom (2009)

3.10. Guidelines for Institutional Support of and Access to IT for Faculty Members and Students

3.11. Ensuring the Quality of Undergraduate Programs in English and Foreign Languages: MLA Recommendations on Staffing

4. Association of Departments of English

4.1. ADE Guidelines for Class Size and Workload for College and University Teachers of English: A Statement of Policy

4.2. ADE Statement on the Use of Part-Time and Full-Time Adjunct Faculty

4.3. ADE Statement of Good Practice: Teaching, Evaluation, and Scholarship

5. Council of Writing Program Administrators

5.1. Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing

5.2. Evaluating the Intellectual Work of Writing Administration

5.3. WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition

5.4. Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices

5.5. "The Portland Resolution:" Guidelines for Writing Program Administrator Positions

6. National Writing Project

6.1. The National Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy: Occasional Papers and Technical Reports

7. National Council of Teachers of English

7.1. Conference on College Composition and Communication

7.2. Conference on English Education

7.3. Two-Year College English Association

7.4. NCTE Position Statements on Teacher Quality

7.5. NCTE Position Statements on Professional Development

8. American Association of Community Colleges

8.1. AACC Position Statement on Information Literacy