Course Development Bibliography
This bibliography of textbooks and readings on course development developed by Andrea Olinger and Nigel Caplan aims to support instructors who are selecting textbooks or creating or revising curricula or materials for their graduate communication courses. To suggest a reference, email Andrea Olinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CGC Bibliography on Graduate Communication Support, 2000 – 2019
The CGC bibliography on graduate communication support lists over 200 scholarly sources on pedagogy and course design; international graduate students and multilingual writers; written, oral, and visual communication; supervisor/advisor practices; the graduate student experience; textbooks and self-study; thesis and dissertation writing; writing tutoring and fellows programs; and graduate communication in disciplines including STEM, medicine & healthcare, education, and the social sciences.
The bibliography is located on Zotero, an i-Tunes-like interface that allows for easy navigation and tagging.
From 2018 to 2020, the task force led by Talinn Phillips compiled, categorized, and annotated the sources found on the bibliography. In early 2020 the sources were entered into Zotero by Lindsey Ives with help from Kayla Taylor, her student assistant. A process for updating the bibliography is forthcoming; please stay tuned!
The CGC offers a hearty thank-you to the 2018 – 2019 task force and others who helped create the initial bibliography:
Cecile Badenhorst, Memorial University
Nancy Barr, Michigan Technological University
Janine Carlock, Duquesne University
Mary Ebejer, Western Michigan University
Patricia McEvoy-Jamil, UTHealth School of Public Health
Talinn Phillips, Ohio University
Sara Saylor, Independent Scholar
Xiaolin Xu, Memorial University