We have provided a brief program, which indicates when concurrent sessions, breaks, and plenary sessions will be held, and a detailed program. We've also provided workshops, including two special pre-conference workshops that both provide timely discussions of key topics in WAC and writing instruction and can serve as an introduction to the Whova conference program we will be using to present the conference. These workshops do not require pre-registration.
Plenary talks will be presented by three groups of speakers on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The plenary speakers will be Carol Rutz, Christopher Thaiss, Michelle Cox, Pamela Flash, Al Harahap, Federico Navarro, and Alisa Russell. The plenary talks will explore the history, current context, and future directions of WAC. The Wednesday plenary will begin with presentation of the first WAC Awards. These awards are given by the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum and the WAC Clearinghouse.
A Note on Time Zones: Please note that all times provided in our program are Mountain Daylight Time (MDT). MDT is 6 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time, two hours behind the U.S. Eastern time zone, one hour behind the U.S. Central time zone, and one hour ahead of the U.S. Pacific time zone. To convert a time on our program to your local time, you can use a time zone converter, such as the one found at WorldTimeServer.com (https://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_US-CO.aspx). Please keep the international date line in mind as you determine how the days and times map to your time zone.