Volume 16, September 2005

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Transforming WAC through a Discourse-Based Approach to University Outcomes Assessment, by John C. Bean, David Carrithers, & Theresa Earenfight, Seattle University

Why So Many Bright Students and So Many Dull Papers?: Peer-Responded Journals as a Partial Solution to the Problem of the Fake Audience, by George Gopen, Duke University

Claiming Research: Students as "Citizen-Experts" in WAC-Oriented Composition, by Michelle Sidler, Auburn University

Making the Connection: A "Lived History" Assignment in an Upper-Division German Course, by Lisa Jennings, Valparaiso University

The Tallest WAC Expert in North America: An Interview with Bill Condon, by Carol Rutz, Carleton College

Dangerous Partnerships: How Competence Testing Can Sabotage WAC, by Doug Brent, University of Calgary

WAC Practices at the Secondary Level in Germany, by Melinda Reichelt, University of Toledo

Note Taking and Learning: A Summary of Research, by Françoise Boch, Stendhal University, & Annie Piolat, University of Provence

Outcomes from The Outcomes Book, by Jacob S Blumner, Eastern Michigan University

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Editor

Roy Andrews

Editorial Board

Liz Ahl
Robert Miller
Meg Petersen
David Zehr

Review Board

Liz Ahl, Plymouth State University
Jacob S. Blumner, Eastern Michigan 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

Design

Alina Knox


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