Thursday, February 6th Session A (Harbor Hall) Session B (Davis Hall 130)
8:30 AM Registration Open (Harbor Hall Community Room)
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM 1A: Susan Lang and Bill Marcellino, Workshop: Introduction to Writing Analytics 1B: Duncan Buell and Ian Anson, Workshop: Advanced Lexical Analysis
11:00 AM Keynote: Duncan Buell, Developing the Next Generation of Writing Analytics Researchers
12:30-1:30 PM Lunch on your own
2:00-3:00 PM Keynote: Jessica Nastal, Writing Analytics and Pedagogy in the Two-Year College
3:15-4:15 PM 2A: Siân Alsop, Sheena Gardner, and Joel Priestley: A Corpus-driven Investigation of Connections Between the Language of Written Feedback Information and Ethnic Attainment Disparity in UK Higher Education David Eubanks and Sara Vanovac: A Growth Model for Assessing Writing Development Mark Pedretti and Megan Jewell: Gender Preferences in Writing Center Appointments: The Case for a Metadata-Driven Approach Mohamed Yacoub: The Challenges of Collecting Data from International Participants 2B: Maria Elena Oliveri, André A. Rupp, and David Slomp: Workshop: Towards Integrating a Sociocognitive Approach to Contextualized and Situated Problem Solving Digital Activities to Enhance Student Preparation of Workplace English Communication Skills
4:30 PM Break for the day
Friday, February 7th Session A (Harbor Hall) Session B (Davis Hall 130)
8:30 AM Registration Open (Harbor Hall Community Room)
9:00 AM-10:00 AM
Keynote: Ian Anson, Text-as-Data in the Study of Political Attitudes
10:15 AM-11:15 AM 3A: Chris Anson, Beth Greene, and Matthew Halm: What Can We Do with Results? A Test-Drive Through Students’ Reflections on Their Drafts
Michael Householder and Martha Wilson Schaffer: Writing Analytics and Program Assessment: How Novice Writers Use Rubric Terminology in Reflective Essays
Daniel P. Richards: Investigating (Again) Student Perceptions of Writing as a Disciplinary Act: A Replication Study
11:30 AM-12:30 PM 4A: Scott Lloyd DeWitt: Expanding Analytics: Public Writing about PrEP
Kyle Oddis and Neal Lerner: Possibilities for a Public-Facing Digital Writing Program Archive in the Age of Analytics
Tamara Tate: Digital Writing Across the Curriculum: A Look at One District over 4 Years
4B: Megan Crowley-Watson: Writing Process, e-Portfolios, and Assessment
Jason Godfrey: How do Freshman Composition Students Cite Research? A Large-Scale Citation Analysis
12:30 PM-1:30 PM Lunch on your own / Analytics Executive Committee Meeting
2:00 PM-3:00 PM Meet and Greet with Journal Editors
3:15 PM-4:15 PM

5A: Djuddah Arthur Joost Leijen and Anni Jürine: BWRITE! Academic Writing in the Baltic States: Rhetorical Structures through Culture(s) and Languages

Roger Yallop and Djuddah Leijen: The Affect and Effect of Asynchronous Written Peer Feedback Comments within L2 English Doctorate Writing Groups: A European Perspective

5B: Kaelah Scheff: Taxonomizing LCS Patterns in First Year Composition

Katie Walkup, Kaelah Scheff, and Kristen Gay: LCS Pattern Validation and its Applications for WAC/WID

Eli Udler and Tom Deans: Applications of Data Science to Writing Center Research: Actionable Insights from Natural Language Data

4:30 PM-5:30 PM Break and Supper on your own
6:00 PM-8:00 PM Reception at The Hangar. Light appetizers provided. Additional food and beverages available for purchase.
Saturday, February 8th Harbor Hall Community Room
8:30 AM Registration Open  
9:00 AM-10:00 AM
Keynote: Bill Marcellino, Building Writing Analytic Systems
10:15 AM-11:15 AM David Brown, Sugura Ishizaki, David Kaufer, Necia Werner, and Danielle Wetzel, Workshop: Using Computer-Assisted Rhetorical Analysis for Assessment and Instructional Design in Writing Courses
11:30 AM-12:30 PM Conference Discussion and Future Directions