DARBY LORRAINE FANNING portrait
  • Associate Librarian, Marriott Library
  • Associate Librarian, Marriott Library
  • Associate Instructor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies
801-581-6576

Current Courses

Fall 2023

  • WRTG 1009-009
    Multilingual Writing I
    Location: GC 2880 (GC 2880)
  • WRTG 1010-012
    Introduction To Writing
    Location: GC 5750 (GC 5750)

Professional Organizations

  • Modern Language Association (MLA). 02/08/2019 - present. Position : Member.
  • American Library Association (ALA). 02/01/2010 - present. Position : Member.

Small Group Teaching

  • WLC 6600: Introduction to Research and Bibliography One introductory class visit, which all incoming graduate students into World Languages & Cultures must enroll.  09/24/2018  -  09/24/2018
  • LEAP 1100: Seminar in Humanities Nine class visits as an introduction to academic research that aligns with the syllabus' objectives for the course. Most often leads to a research project that may include demonstration of course content and use of research for information and evidence for argument. Can demonstrate as a paper, presentation, and/or another kind of creative output.  09/02/2018  -  12/10/2018
  • Teaching in various Utah Global courses beginning Fall 2018 (first term for the bridge program with Shorelight).  08/27/2018  -  12/10/2018
  • LEAP 1500: Seminar in Humanities for Engineers Nine class visits as an introduction to academic research that aligns with the syllabus' objectives for the course. Most often leads to a research project that may include demonstration of course content and use of research for information and evidence for argument. Can demonstrate as a paper, presentation, and/or another kind of creative output.  01/15/2018  -  04/23/2018
  • English for Academic Success information literacy classes. EAS 1050: Introduction to Expository Composition (for EAS Speakers) EAS 1060: Advanced Expository Writing (for EAS Speakers) Class visits as an introduction to academic research that aligns with the syllabus' objectives for the course. Also, provides an introduction to acculturation of academic research expectations at a Western Higher Education institution in order to increase success in academic fluency. Most often leads to a numerous short research project that may include demonstration of course content and use of research for information and evidence for argument or exploration.  01/08/2018  -  12/10/2018