Academic Skills Center
Anne Shiell is a manager of writing instructional services in the Walden University Writing Center. She is also a contributing faculty member for student support courses in Walden’s Academic Skills Center. Previously, she was a writing instructor and the coordinator of social media in the center. Anne holds a BA in English from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, and an MA in English from the University of Minnesota Duluth, where she taught composition courses as a faculty member in the Department of Writing Studies.
WCSS 3100 - Skills for Academic Integrity
WCSS 3101 - Skills for Academic Integrity
WCSS 3200 - A Practical Course in APA Style
WCSS 6200 - Basic APA Style: Citations and References
BA, St. Olaf College
MA, University of Minnesota Duluth
Awards / Honors
Instructor of the Year Award, Walden University Writing Center writing instructor team, 2014
Global Products and Services Award Nominee (Innovation category), Laureate Education, Inc., 2014
Shiell, A. (2016). On the border between administration and academia: Navigating writing center work. International Writing Centers Association .
Shiell, A., King, M., Nastachowski, B., Kallman Arneson, B. (2016). 2016 Writing support updates. Walden University.
Shiell, A., Kallman Arneson, B., Nadeau, N. (2013). Podcasting as a unique teaching tool: A case study and hands-on lesson from the Walden University Writing Center. Sloan-C International Consortium on Online Learning.
Shiell, A. (2013). Easy technology tools for improving writing instruction and student engagement. . Minnesota College and University English and Writing.
Shiell, A. (2013). Life after graduation: Careers in teaching, writing, and publishing after the MA in English. Minnesota College and University English and Writing.
Shiell, A. (2013). Social media in the writing center. Minnesota College and University English and Writing.
Shiell, A. (2013). Writing center super-session. Minnesota College and University English and Writing.