Call for Pedagogical Development Consultants
The WWP is now inviting expressions of interest from teaching consultants who would work with us to create assignments that use our recently-published collection, Women Writers in Review (WWiR). We’re planning to develop a sample set of assignments that we can publish with our collection of teaching materials as well as on the WWiR site itself. Copyright for the teaching materials created in this project will remain with their authors and the materials will be shared on the WWP’s sites under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license. Collaborators would have our support in developing assignments and activities and would also be named as pedagogical development consultants for the WWP. For more details on Women Writers in Review, please see this announcement.
We are also inviting responses from those who would like to develop—or who already have!—assignments and activities involving Women Writers Online for publication on our site. If you don’t have institutional access to WWO and would like to set up a trial (for either yourself or your institution), please contact us. More information on WWO licensing and trials can be found here. And, for those who are planning their spring teaching, please note that WWO is freely accessible during March, in celebration of Women’s History Month, and that we are always happy to set up trials for classroom use.
If you’re interested in getting involved, please email email@example.com with a brief expression of interest—just a short paragraph on the teaching you’ll be doing in spring 2017 or fall 2017 and some initial thoughts on how you’d like to use the WWiR or WWO collections. And, if you have questions or would like further information about this project, please email us at the above address.