Volume 14, August 2003

  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Reflection, WTL, WID, WAC

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Editor's Introduction
DOI: 10.37514/WAC-J.2003.14.1.01


Up Close and Personal with a WAC Pioneer: John Bean, by Carol Rutz
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WAC Techniques and Applications

Opening Dialogue: Students Respond to Teacher Comments in a Psychology Classroom, by Lynne Ticke
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Writing to Learn in Mathematics, by Tatyana Flesher
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A Framework for Analyzing Varieties of Writing in a Discipline, by Kate Chanock
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WAC and Faculty Development

Reflection as Tension and Voice in Teaching Portfolios, by Karen McComas and Charles Lloyd
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WAC Program Strategies

A Reflective Strategy for Writing Across the Curriculum: Situating WAC as a Moral and Civic Duty, by John Pennington and Robert Boyer
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Faculty Interdisciplinary Collaboration on a College-Wide Writing Guide, by Ellen M. Millsaps
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Where WAC is Heading, by Jacob S Blumner
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Notes on Contributors

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Roy Andrews

Editorial Board

Liz Ahl
Robert Miller
Meg Petersen
David Zehr

Review Board

Jacob S. Blumner, Eastern Michigan University
Robin DeRosa, Plymouth State University
Patricia Donahue, Lafayette College
John Eliason, Philadelphia University
Robert Miller, Plymouth State University
Meg Petersen, Plymouth State University
Carol Rutz, Carleton College
David Zehr, Plymouth State University

Managing Editor

Jane Weber


Lisa Prince

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