The National Conversation on Writing (NCoW) is a Writing Program Administrators (WPA) Network for Media Action project that seeks to serve a much broader audience in order to convey individual writing experiences in every day settings. The goal of the NCoW digital collection is to collect video, audio, and print based texts that answer the following questions:
- What's the story about writing?
- How, where, and why do people write?
- What do people write?
- What do people like and dislike to write?
- Do you consider yourself to be a writer? Why or why not?
If you are interested in learning more about this project or contributing to this archival project, the National Converstion on Writing website has more information.
For Faculty: If you plan to incorporate digital collections or items hosted in our digital collections in your classes, please notify the Special Collections Department of Gee Library so that we may work with you to identify and resolve any issues related to accessibility compliance.
For Researchers: Please contact the Special Collections Department of Gee Library should you encounter any accessibility issues (such as screen reader errors) while using the digital collections.
Andrea Weddle-Head of Archives and Special Collections Andrea.Weddle@tamuc.edu
Adam Northam-Digital Collections Librarian Adam.Northam@tamuc.edu