Welcome to the Expository Writing Program Archive
Below you will find the link to the Expository Writing Program Archive. This Archive was designed to provide a space for instructors in the University of Washington English Department to access and store teaching materials. The mission of the Expository Writing Program Archive is to seek the efficient acquisition and storage of teaching resources for use by returning and new instructors. In addition, the EWP Archive seeks to found a collaborative, universal space in which all other branches of the English Department may participate in and draw from. Finally, the EWP archive seeks to facilitate the sharing of and creation of teaching resources among instructors.
Please use the following link to gain access to the Expository Writing Program Archive. This Archive is restricted to those individuals who are instructors in the University of Washington English Department. If you have problems logging in, please contact the EWP Program Coordinator, Jacob Huebsch <jhuebsch[at]uw[dot]edu> with questions. You should expect a response within a day or at the start of the next work week.
Material Release Statement for Expository Writing Program Archive
The Expository Writing Program Archive, accessed via the UW English Department website is expressly for instructional use by teachers and staff of the Expository Writing Program (EWP). The use of the materials and resources in this archive is restricted to classroom and teaching purposes only, and cannot be used for publications, presentations, professional portfolios, or other uses beyond the classroom without the explicit written consent from and acknowledgement of the instructor who created the materials. It is understood that you will not upload student identifying information or student work. By submitting materials into or using materials from this archive, it is understood that materials may be used/adapted for teaching purposes only. This statement serves to verify that you accept the conditions and expectations noted above and willingly offer and use materials accordingly.