Volume 13, June 2002

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Editor's Introduction

WAC Assessment

WAC for the Long Haul: A Tale of Hope, by Carol Rutz, Clara Shaw Hardy, William Condon

You Write What You Know: Writing, Learning, and Student Construction of Knowledge, by Lisa Rose, Rachel Theilheimer

WAC and Faculty Development

Strange Resistances, by Patricia Donahue

WAC Program Experiences

(Re-)establishing a WAC Community: Writing in New Contexts at Governors State University, by Eric V. Martin

WAC Techniques and Applications

"I received your letter about the fruit flies...": Interdisciplinary Scientific Correspondence as a Means of Transforming the Laboratory Experience, by Susan Manahan, Tom English

Establishing Author-Editor Interdisciplinary Learning Communities, by Donna A. Gessell, Irene Kokkala

Scaffolding Writing Skills for ESL Students in an Education Class at a Community College, by Diane D'Alessio, Margaret Riley

Writing in the Age of Technology: Plundering Art for Ideas about Writing, by Cara Murray

WAC and Writing Theory

Teaching Audience Post-Process: Recognizing the Complexity of Audiences in Disciplinary Contexts, by Mary Jo Reiff

WAC and Writing Centers

How a Writing Tutor Can Help When Unfamiliar with the Content: A Case Study, by Kate Chanock

WAC and WID

A Writing-to-Learn Approach to Writing in the Discipline in the Introductory Linguistics Classroom, by Peter R. Petrucci

Notes on Contributors

 

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Editor

Roy Andrews

Editorial Board

Jeanne Dubino
Cinthia Gannett
Robert Miller
Meg Petersen
David Zehr

Review Board

Jacob S. Blumner, University of Michigan, Flint
Jeanne Dubino, Plymouth State University
John Eliason, Philadelphia University
Robert Miller, Plymouth State University
Meg Petersen, Plymouth State University
David Zehr, Plymouth State University

Managing Editor

Jane Weber

Design

Lisa Prince


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