Writing on the Edge Conference 2021

Post(?)-Pandemic Pedagogy

  • Thursday, Oct. 7, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Friday, Oct. 8, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

All sessions will be held virtually via Zoom

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Josh Eyler

Keynote Speaker

Professor Josh Eyler, University of Mississippi

“A Moral Imperative: Flexible, Inclusive Pedagogy in and beyond the Pandemic”

About the Conference

After a year off from the pandemic, we are excited to welcome everyone back this year. Join us for our sixth annual Writing on the Edge educator conference.

Our theme is Post(?)-Pandemic Pedagogy.

  • What have you learned about your teaching, your students and yourself during the pandemic?
  • What do you plan to continue doing as the pandemic drags on and after it’s over?
  • How has the pandemic made you re-think your teaching and learning strategies?

This year, we will be holding the conference virtually over Zoom. And the best part: it’s free this year!

Originally designed by adjuncts in the English Department, Writing on the Edge now looks at writing across the curriculum and invites other disciplines to join the conversation of how to increase learning for students no matter the subject matter. We continue to stay true to our roots of providing good, inexpensive professional development for adjuncts and contingent faculty, while also welcoming all faculty or staff looking to learn more about teaching.


Register for this conference to ensure your spot.

Zoom information for the sessions will be sent the week before the conference begins.