Co-Writing Community (Spring 2023)

Tara DaPra, one of CATL’s 2022-23 Instructional Development Consultants, will lead a “Co-Writing Community” this spring. A co-writing community is a shared time and space to work in the company of others, either virtually or in person. We gather as a community, quickly share what we’re working on, and then work individually on our writing for about an hour. Gathering as a co-writing community reserves space in your schedule for the projects you wish to work on but might otherwise get pushed aside. A community of fellow writers provides space and support to prioritize your creative and academic writing projects.

The Co-Writing Community will meet twice a week from Jan. 23 through May 5: Mondays 3:30–4:30 p.m., both on Zoom and in the CATL conference room, Cofrin Library 405, and Fridays, 7–8 a.m., on Zoom only. (No meeting the week of Spring Break.) Feel free to join early or late, weekly, or when your schedule allows! Simply drop in with this Zoom link which will be reused for each session.