We are a group of editors focused on developing content informed by research and scholarship in the fields of rhetoric, composition, technical communication, literacy, and language studies.
In addition to improving and expanding coverage of writing research and pedagogy as they encompass broad and evolving definitions of literacy, communication, rhetoric, and writing (including multimodal discourse, digital communication, and diverse language practices), this project seeks to represent the full scope of these fields’ engagement with diversity, inclusion, access, and equity. We will draw from and cite canonical terms, concepts, and research, as well as scholarship and activism composed by marginalized teacher-scholars, when creating and improving Wikipedia articles.
Announcements - Winter 2022-23
This winter season, join us participating in our Winter Holiday Editing Adventure. Visit the Events page for more details.
We are taking a hiaitus from our regular programming this month. We'll be back in in February 2023 with a new CCCCWI Speaker Series event and CCCCWI Coffeehouse. Happy holidays!
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Many hands make light work! We encourage you to start watching, editing, and adding to articles within your areas of expertise. Our open tasks page provides lists of articles in need of improvement and creation, as well as ideas for smaller tasks you can complete.
If you have an idea or question, are looking for a collaborator, want feedback on a draft, etc, please head over to our project talk page and add it there.
If you would like to nominate an article for good or featured status, please check the article(s) based on the criteria listed for good articles or featured articles.
WikiProject Writing was founded in October 2020 by members of the CCCC Wikipedia Initiative committee: Melanie Kill (chair), Cheryl Ball, Sweta Baniya, Charles Bazerman, Dana Comi, Dylan B. Dryer, Tarez Samra Graban, Alexandria Lockett, D’Arcee Neal, and Matthew Vetter. The initiative proceeds from the conviction that it matters to edit Wikipedia, especially for academics committed to knowledge equity as a fundamental groundwork for social justice. The original project page was created by Jeffrey Keefer, the 2020 CCCC Wikipedian-in-Residence. These pages are currently being developed by Savannah Cragin (User:Breadyornot), the current CCCC Wikipedian-in-Residence.