Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
CUTLA facilitates the efforts of faculty and academic units to develop and sustain practices that promote the highest quality of teaching and learning.
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Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requesting special accommodations for any CUTLA event must advise UWF by contacting the UWF ADA Compliance Office at 850.474.2518 (voice) or 850.857.6114 (TTY) at least 48 hours prior to the event.
Join CUTLA Writers for the Spring Term!
Want to be more productive in your writing? Join the CUTLA Writers!
How CUTLA Writers works
Participating in CUTLA Writers requires that you make a commitment to write and tell others regularly about your progress. Accountability is managed through email and online surveys.
When you enroll in the CUTLA Writers, you agree to engage in the following activities for one term:
- Identify specific writing goals each week (examples of appropriate writing goals: schedule specific times (days and times) when you will write that week, write a specific number of pages (or a specific number of words), or complete a task required to begin writing).
- Report on your progress in a weekly email survey. CUTLA will send the survey as a Google form. Survey questions will ask you to report your writing activities in the past week and set goals for the next week. Survey are sent on Mondays.
Signing up now will commit you to receive weekly emails for the writing group for one semester. The final email of the term includes a question that will allow you to opt in for the writing group during the following term.
If you want to join the CUTLA Writers, send an email to Claudia Stanny (email@example.com). The group began on January 7, but you can join at any time.
On Friday, February 15, CUTLA will offer a workshop, Document the Quality of Your Research (1:30 PM - 3:30 PM, CUTLA Workshop Room BLDG 53 / Room 201).
How can you communicate the scholarly value of work disseminated through traditional print journals or Open Access journals? What are the warning signs of a “predatory publisher"? This session will also discuss Creative Commons licenses and address how faculty can improve the impact of their scholarship by disseminating their work through outlets such as the UWF Institutional Repository.
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Updated: 02/14/2019 adm