Posters

AANAPISI Showcase

Check out the posters from the AANAPISI Showcase. 

 

Skills for Writing Scholarly Reviews: A View from Across the Curriculum [pdf]
Dr. Emily H. Wughalter
Department of Kinesiology

Academic Writing Development and Self-Efficacy: A Model for Linguistically Diverse Pre-Service Teachers [pdf]
Katya Aguilar
Secondary Education

The Bolt Magazine [pdf]
Roxanne Cnudde & Monica/Nico Peck
Communication Studies

Developing Professional Writing Skills that Prepare Applicants for Professional Internships and Positions after Graduation
Debra Caires
Director, Internship Program CoSci and Faculty in Residence, Writing Center

Poe Fest
Edwin Sams
English and Comparative Literature

Faculty Writing Workshop
Dr. Linda C. Mitchell and Michelle Hager
English and Comparative Literature

Throwing Snowballs: A Free-Writing and Sharing Activity
Magdalena L/ Barrera
Mexican American Studies Department

How to Think Critically About Any Topic
Sylvia H. Branca
Department of Child and Adolescent Development (ChAD)

Isn't It Ironic: Learning to Create Nuanced Arguments and Thesis Statements
Jessy Goodman
Department of English and Comparative Literature

Creating an Informed and Argumentative Thesis Sentence
Maria A.N. Judnick
Department of English and Comparative Literature

Applying Musical Procesess to Composition
William J. Kelly
Department of English and Comparative Literature

How To Begin Writing a Research Paper
Michele McCarthy
Health Science and Recreation

Effectiveness of an Online Writing System in Improving Students' Writing Skills in Engineering
Patricia Ryaby Backer
Department of Aviation and Technology

Improving the Writing Skills of Engineering Students: Assessment of a Writing Workshop Model
Patricia Ryaby Backer
Department of Aviation and Technology

COMM-20N Public Speaking for Nonnative Speakers
Ching Ching Tan, Teresa Teng
Communication Studies

Finding your Feet: Writing Activities for Multi-and Intercultural Communication Exchanges
Tabitha Hart
Communication Studies

Improving the Teaching and Assessment of Student Writing in GE Courses
Sara Cook
Department of English and Comparative Literature

College Writing Essentials: Answering the Prompt and Analyzing Academic Writing
Mary Anne Sunseri
Communication Studies

A Survival Guide for Teaching Associates
William J. Kelly and Dr. Linda C. Mitchell
Department of English and Comparative Literature

The Voice of SJSU Students
Cheryl Allmen and Cynthia Harper
AANAPISI Grant

Communication Center Writing Consultants
Roxanne Cnudde and Monica/Nico Peck
Communication Studies