The Longman Guide To Writing Center Theory And Practice

Paperback | April 27, 2007

byRobert W. Barnett, Jacob S Blumner

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The Longman Guide to Writing Center Theory and Practice offers, in unparalleled breadth and depth, the major scholarship on writing centers.

 

This up-to-date resource for students, instructors, and scholars anthologizes essays on all major areas of interest to writing center theorists and practitioners. Seven sections provide a comprehensive view of writing centers: history, progress, theorizing the writing center, defining the writing center's place, writing-across-the curriculum, the practice of tutoring, cultural issues, and technology.

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The Longman Guide to Writing Center Theory and Practice offers, in unparalleled breadth and depth, the major scholarship on writing centers.   This up-to-date resource for students, instructors, and scholars anthologizes essays on all major areas of interest to writing center theorists and practitioners. Seven sections provide a com...

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Longman Professional Development Series for Composition The Longman Professional Development Series for Composition grows out of Longman’s deep commitment to the discipline and to the people who teach it. For many years, Longman has been a leader in publishing for the first-year composition classroom. We are proud to o...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:592 pages, 8.9 × 6 × 1.4 inPublished:April 27, 2007Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205574173

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Table of Contents

All sections begin with "Introduction."

Forward by Christina Murphy.


Preface.


A HISTORY OF WRITING CENTERS: LOOKING IN THE REARVIEW MIRROR.

Robert H. Moore, The Writing Clinic and the Writing Laboratory.

Peter Carino, Early Writing Centers: Toward a History.

Judith Summerfield, Writing Centers : A Long View.

Joyce Kinkead, The National Writing Center as Mooring: A Personal History of the First Decade.

Elizabeth H. Boquet, Our Little Secret: A History of Writing Centers, Pre- to Post-Open Admissions.



"THE IDEA OF A WRITING CENTER": BUILDING A THEORETICAL FOUNDATION.

Stephen M. North, The Idea of a Writing Center.

Stephen M. North, Revisiting `The Idea of a Writing Center.'

Andrea Lunsford, Collaboration, Control, and the Idea of a Writing Center.

Eric Hobson, Maintaining Our Balance: Walking the Tightrope of Competing Epistemologies.

Christina Murphy, The Writing Center and Social Constructionist Theory.

Peter Carino, Theorizing the Writing Center: An Uneasy Task.

Terrence Riley, The Unpromising Future of Writing Centers.



DEFINING THE WRITING CENTER'S PLACE: ADMINISTRATIVE AND INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES.

Muriel Harris, Solutions and Trade-Offs in Writing Center Administration.

Mark L. Waldo, What Should the Relationship Be between the Writing Center and the Writing Program.

Karen Rodis, Mending the Damaged Path: How to Avoid Conflict of Expectations When Setting Up a Writing Center.

Jeanne Simpson, Perceptions, Realities, and Possibilities: Central Administration and Writing Centers.

Robert W. Barnett, Redefining Our Existence: An Argument for Short- and Long-Term Goals and Objectives.



THE PROCESS OF TUTORING: CONNECTING THEORY AND PRACTICE.

Kenneth A. Bruffee, Peer Tutoring and the `Conversation of Mankind.'

Jeff Brooks, Minimalist Tutoring: Making the Student Do All the Work.

Linda K. Shamoon and Deborah H. Burns, A Critique of Pure Tutoring.

Dave Healy and Irene L. Clark, Are Writing Centers Ethical?

Jean Keidaisch and Sue Dinitz, Look Back and Say `So What': The Limitations of the Generalist Tutor.

Muriel Harris, Collaboration Is Not Collaboration Is Not Collaboration: Writing Center Tutorials vs. Peer-Response Groups.

John Trimbur, Peer Tutoring: A Contradiction in Terms.

Christina Murphy, Freud in the Writing Center: The Psychoanalytics of Tutoring Well.

Thomas Newkirk, The First Five Minutes: Setting the Agenda in a Writing Conference.

Kristen Walker, Difficult Clients and Tutor Dependency: Helping the Overly Dependent Clients Become More Independent Writers.

Evelyn Posey, An Ongoing Tutor-Training Program.



WELCOMING DIVERSITY: MULTIPLE CULTURES IN THE WRITING CENTER.

Marilyn M. Cooper, Really Useful Knowledge: A Cultural Studies Agenda for Writing Centers.

Ann DiPardo, `Whispers of Coming and Going': Lessons From Fannie.

Judith Powers, Rethinking Writing Center Conferencing Strategies for the ESL Writer.

Julie Neff, Learning Disabilities in the Writing Center.

Judith Kilburn, Cultural Diversity in the Writing Center: Defining Ourselves and Our Challenges.



WRITING CENTERS AND WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM: A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP?

Ray Wallace, The Writing Center's Role in the Writing across the Curriculum Program: Theory and Practice.

Louise Z. Smith, Independence and Collaboration: Why We Should Decentralize Writing Centers.

Mark L. Waldo, The Last Best Place for Writing across the Curriculum: The Writing Center.

Muriel Harris, A Writing Center without a WAC Program: The De Facto WAC Center/Writing Center.

Michael A. Pemberton, Rethinking the WAC/Writing Center Connection.

Christina Murphy and Joe Law, Writing Centers as Infostructures: Relocating Practice within Futurist Theories of Social Change.



BEYOND THE PHYSICAL SPACE: TECHNOLOGY IN THE WRITING CENTER.

Eric Hobson, Straddling the Virtual Fence.

Peter Carino, Computers in the Writing Center: A Cautionary History.

Muriel Harris and Michael Pemberton, Online Writing Labs (OWLS): A Taxonomy of Options.

Dave Healy, From Place to Space: Perceptual Administrative Issues in the Online Writing Center.

David Coogan, Towards a Rhetoric of On-line Tutoring.

Irene L. Clark, Information Literacy and the Writing Center.