Inkshed XXII
“Writing for Others: Others Writing”
May 12-15th, 2005
White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia

Thursday May 12th
4:00 to 6:00pm Registration at Lakeside Hall
6:00pm Dinner at Lakeside Hall
7:30pm Welcome to Inkshedders
Introduction of Poster Presenters:
Betsy Sargent, "The Writing Skills Inventory: The Role of Metacognition and Reflective Practice in Writing for Others"
Elaine Khoo, "Empowering ESL Learners as Writers at the University Level"
Opening Session:
Russ Hunt, "Those Others: Writing 'for,' writing 'to,' writing 'with': what Inkshedding's for
9:30pm Social in the State Room, Main Lodge

Friday May 13th
7:00 to 8:20am Breakfast Buffet in the Seawatch Dining Room
8:30 to 10:30am Session 1: Negotiating Identity
Brock MacDonald and Barbara Rose, "An Other Kind of Student, An Other Kind of Class: Negotiating Cultural Identity in Collaborative Writing"
Phyllis Hildebrant, "Whose Writing is it? Negotiating Identity in Collaborative Writing"
Rick Coe, "Self, Subject Positions, Authenticity, Voice and Identity"
10:30 to 10:45am Coffee Break
10:45 to 12:15am Session 2: Workplace Writing and Academic Discourse
Anne Hungerford, "From One World to Another: How Workplace Writers Negotiate the Boundaries of Academic Discourse(s)"
Patricia Patchet-Golubev, "Nurses as Writers: The Professional/Expressive Divide"
Michelle Cox, "When the Workplace is on Campus: Student Clinical Writing and Textual Ownership"
12:30 to 2:00pm Lunch in the Seawatch Dining Room
2:00 to 3:00pm Session 3: Roundtable: "Us" and "Others": Boundary Practices within and Beyond the Classroom.
Doreen Starke-Meyerring, "Beyond Faultlines: Boundary Practices in an Intercultural Virtual Team Project in Management Communication Course"
Sharron Wall, "A Writing Intensive PR Program: Impact on Teaching and Learning"

3:00 to 4:15 pm
Session 4: Literacy and Power
Theresa Hyland, "Ideas, Values and the Power of Words: Lost in Translation?"
Julie Ann Stodolny and Jill Murphy, "International Students: Writing for Which  Others?"
Rhonda Schuller, "Acquiring the Lingo: A Look at Language Acquisition in a Language Acquisition Course"
4:15 to 7:00pm Reading Time
7:00pm Dinner in theState Room

Saturday May 14th
7:00 to 8:20am Buffet Breakfast in the Seawatch Dining Room
8:30 to 10:30am Session 5: Designing Assignments
Lakeside Hall 


Doug Brent, "The Research Assignment in the Professional Communication Class"
Penny Kinnear, "Move the Damn Chairs!!"
Shawn Thompson, "Self into Other: A Strategy for Non-Fiction Writing Workshops"
John Bell, "The Standard Academic Essay andAlternative Waysto Write an Argument"
10:30 to 10:50am Coffee Break
10:50 to 12:00noon Session 6: Strategies
Margo Blythman and Celia Bishop, "Meeting Expectations in Writing Tasks"
Atkinson, Dreidger, Sadowy, Smith, and Straw, "Strategies Used by Writers in University Academic Writing"
12:00 to 1:30pm Lunch in the State Room
1:30 to 2:45pm Session 7: Collaboration
Jamie MacKinnon, "Collaborative Discourse and Knowledge Making"
Atkinson, Dreidger, Hildebrandt, MacKay, Hryniuk-Adamov, Pettis, and Straw, "Graduate Student Collaborative Writing: The Need for an Institutional Dialogic"
2:45 to 3:45pm Research Works in Progress Reports
Ginny Ryan, "K-12 and Post-secondary Writing: Continuum Rather than Great Divide"
Katie Bryant, "The Contradictions for 'Feminists' Writing Within the Ivory Tower"
Mohammed Ali Al-Alawi, "Writing Ourselves for Others: Graduate Students and Professors Writing to Each Other"
Dena Bain Taylor, "Building a Comprehensive Guide Writing in the Health and Social Sciences
3:45 to 4:00pm Coffee Break
4:00 to5:00pm Session 8: Rhetoric and Disguise
Geoff Cragg, "Hierarchy, Mystification and Subversion: Power in the Discourse of Academic Administrators"
Roger Graves, "Metaphors We Invest By"
5:00 to 6:00pm Research Works in Progress Reports
Margaret Procter, "Making History: Students as Novice Authorities"
Mojdeh Majidi, "Students' Perceptions of Social Communication through Academic Writing"
Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier, "Calculating the Radius from the Centre"
Christina Halliday, "Exploring Relationships between the Visual, Written, and Pedagogical in a Selection of Composition Teaching Guides and Textbooks"
7:00pm Dinner in the Beach Grill followed by Talent Night

Sunday May 15th
7:00 to 9:00am Breakfast in Seawatch Dining Room
9:00 to 10:00am Wrap-up Discussion led byNan Johnson
10:00 to 11:00am Annual General Meeting with Coffee
11:30am to 1:30pm Buffet Lunch in Seawatch Dining Room