Writing Strategies for Action
For over five decades, writing researchers and teachers have explored the many things that writing is, the many things that writing does, and the many roles that it plays for individuals and groups. From these efforts, some broad points of consensus have emerged from our research and practices. For example: writing is an activity that can be used for a range of purposes—to help writers develop their identities, facilitate thinking, express ideas, demonstrate knowledge and understanding. Writing is also a subject of study that fosters people's abilities to identify expectations within and across boundaries and make conscious decisions based on those expectations, developing the kind of flexibility that leads to the production of "good" or "successful' communicative products.
Join us and take advantage of the opportunities to interact with over 3,500 college-level educators focused on teaching writing. Attendees are two-year and four-year college-level faculty interested in discussing and sharing research with colleagues from across the nation. Be a part of the CCCC Annual Convention during this critical time when writing has become a work of our time.
Why Exhibit at CCCC?
• Interact with leaders in the field of composition and rhetoric—CCCC attendees represent more than 1,200 institutions of higher education in the nation
• Establish your company as a leader in the language education marketplace
• Strengthen your relationships with current and new customers
• Increase your visibility and add value to your brands
• Demonstrate and sell your products and services on the show floor
• Cultivate relationships with new and potential authors
• List your company name in the program
The Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) supports and promotes the teaching and study of college composition and communication by 1) sponsoring meetings and publishing scholarly materials for the exchange of knowledge about composition, composition pedagogy, and rhetoric; 2) supporting a wide range of research on composition, communication, and rhetoric; 3) working to enhance the conditions for learning and teaching college composition and to promote professional development; and 4) acting as an advocate for language and literacy education nationally and internationally.
The National Council of Teachers of English is devoted to improving the teaching and learning of English and the language arts at all levels of education. This mission statement was adopted in 1990:
"The Council promotes the development of literacy, the use of language to construct personal and public worlds and to achieve full participation in society, through the learning and teaching of English and the related arts and sciences of language.“