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Learning Activities:

7A. Please indicate the kinds of writing included in your program:
Please check all that apply.
Response writing (e.g. Response to text or film, preparation for seminar, reviews)
Essays (e.g. expository, integrative)
Research papers (e.g. case study, ethnography, final project paper)
Research process assignments (e.g. proposal, abstract, literature review, annotated bibliography)
Journals (e.g. field, lab, academic, reflective, blog)
Technical/Formal/Scientific writing (e.g. lab reports, legal brief)
Creative writing (e.g. fiction, nonfiction, poetry)

7B. How much did students write in your program?
Extensively (primary mode of inquiry, substantial ongoing activities, credit may have been awarded)
Moderately (regular writing assignments)
A little (occasional writing activities)
Not at all (Go to 8A)

7C. Modes of writing instruction in the program:
Written guidelines and objectives
Pre-writing activities (e.g. brainstorming)
Workshops on aspects of the writing process
Share samples or models of assignments
Drafts with revision(s)
Detailed faculty feedback
Peer review

7D. How much writing instruction was in the program?
Extensive (ongoing intentional activities to develop writing and support writing process)
Moderately (occasional intentional activities to develop writing and support writing process)
A little (infrequent intentional activities to develop writing and support writing process)
Not at all

8A. Did your program include activities to improve information technology literacy (ITL)?
Extensive (weekly instruction or activity; primary mode of inquiry; major project using ITL)
A little (1 or 2 ITL instructional activities per quarter; minimal projects assigned)
Not at all (use limited to very common tools such as the internet, email, moodle, ebooks, word processing, etc.) (Go to 9 )

8B. Which of the following ITL activities or processes were taught in your program?
Please check all that apply.
Information acquisition (library/Internet searching)
Responsible use of information (citation, plagiarism)
Data acquisition and /or instrumentation
Presentation technology (graphics, PowerPoint, web publishing)
Data analysis (data manipulation, statistics, modeling)
Media production (video, sound recording, editing)
Online communication/social software (e.g. on-line discussion, posting and responding to documents)