Writing Intensive Course - Student Survey

Please answer the following questions about your experiences in a Writing Intensive (WI) course. Your answers will help improve WI courses for students in the future. Your identity and comments will remain anonymous, and your instructor will not see any individual responses.
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Writing Intensive courses are offered in specific disciplines, and all of them have a course name (anthropology, biology, history, etc). If you do not see your course name in the drop down menu, simply select "None of the Above" from the bottom of the menu and write in a course. You must answer this question to proceed with the survey.
If you do not see your course name in the above menu, please select "None of the Above" and write a course name in the text area. You cannot proceed with the survey unless you select one option from the menu above.

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Other

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Students are assigned many different kinds of formal assignments in Writing Intensive courses. Depending on the course and instructor, assignments might include long papers, shorter papers, memos, laboratory reports, and more. Please select the options that most closely describe the formal written assignments in your class.
If other, please explain.

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Research takes many forms: Library research to locate books, scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles, and more; Internet research; Experimental research in a lab; Survey, interview, or field research; and there are others.
If you answered yes, briefly describe the research component(s) in your course.

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Writing Intensive courses include both formal writing (e.g., graded papers, labs, or the equivalent) and informal writing (e.g., free-writing, logs).

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If you revised, in what ways did it help (or not help) you?