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Marginal words, marginal work? : tutoring the academy in the work of writing centers

Author: William J Macauley; Nicholas Mauriello
Publisher: Cresskill, NJ : Hampton Press, ©2007.
Series: Research and teaching in rhetoric and composition.
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Based on the premise that writing centers know how to guide learners toward more productive and successful work, this volume includes scholarship that provides historical, theoretical, and practical  Read more...

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Marginal words, marginal work?
Cresskill, NJ : Hampton Press, c2007
(OCoLC)679479446
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J Macauley; Nicholas Mauriello
ISBN: 1572737700 9781572737709 1572737719 9781572737716
OCLC Number: 123539686
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xvi, 277 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Why there is no "happy ever after": a look at the stories and images that sustain us / Melissa Nicolas --
Exporting writing center pedagogy: writing fellows programs as ambassadors for the writing center / Carol Severino and Megan Knight --
Nothing marginal about this writing center experience: using research about peer tutor alumni to educate others / Paula Gillespie, Bradley Hughes, and Harvey Kail --
Situated learning in the writing center / Neal Lerner --
Writing ourselves into writing instruction: beyond sound bytes, tours, reports, orientations and brochures / Muriel Harris --
On being a colleague / Kate Chanock --
Risks in collaboration: accountability as we move beyond the center's walls / Jane Cogie ... [et al.] --
Inside looking out: trading immediate autonomy for long-term centrality / Crystal Bickford --
Two centers, not one / Derek Owens --
Institutionalizing ethical collaboration across difference in writing centers / Christopher wilkey and Donelle Dreese --
Dialogue and collaboration: writing lab applied tutoring techniques to relations with other writing programs / Linda S. Bergmann and Tammy Conard-Salvo --
Fronting our desired identities: the role of writing center documents in institutional underlife / Jennifer Beech --
Quietly creating an identity for a writing center / Jill Gladstein --
Encouraging or alarming? / Jill Frey --
Expanding the center: a narrative about resources, roles, and the right tutors / Terry Myers Zawacki.
Series Title: Research and teaching in rhetoric and composition.
Responsibility: edited by William J. Macauley, Nicholas Mauriello.

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