Volume 23, November 2012

CoverOpen the entire volume: 1.43 MB

Changing Research Practices and Access: The Research Exchange Index, Jenn Fishman & Joan Mullin

Crossing the Measurement and Writing Assessment Divide: The Practical Implications of Inter-Rater Reliability in Faculty Development, Jennifer Good

Articulating Claims and Presenting Evidence: A Study of Twelve Student Writers, From First-Year Composition to Writing Across the Curriculum, J. Paul Johnson & Ethan Krase

From High School to College: Developing Writing Skills in the Disciplines, Virginia Crank

Spectators at Their Own Future: Creative Writing Assignments in the Disciplines and the Fostering of Critical Thinking, Alexandria Peary

Interview: Joe Harris: Teaching Writing Via the Liberal Arts, Carol Rutz

Review: Writing in Knowledge Societies, edited by Doreen Starke-Meyerring, Anthony Paré, Natasha Artemeva, Miriam Horne, and Larissa Yousoubova, Mya Poe

Notes on Contributors

Acrobat Reader Download This volume is available in whole and in part in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF).


Editor

Roy Andrews

Managing Editor

Jared Jameson

Associate Editors

David Blakesley
Michael LeMahieu

Editorial Board

Art Young, Clemson University
Neal Lerner, Northeastern University
Carol Rutz, Carleton College
Meg Petersen, Plymouth State University
Terry Zawacki, George Mason University

Review Board

Jacob S. Blumner, University of Michigan, Flint
Patricia Donahue, Lafayette College
John Eliason, Gonzaga University
Michael LeMahieu, Clemson University
Neal Lerner, Northeastern University
Meg Petersen, Plymouth State University
Mya Poe, Pennsylvania State University
Carol Rutz, Carleton College
Joanna Wolfe, University of Louisville 
Terry Zawacki, George Mason University
David Zehr, Plymouth State University


The WAC Journal is Copyrighted © 2012 - 2018 Clemson University and 1989-2011 by Plymouth State University. ISSN 1544-4929. Reproduction of material from this publication, with acknowledgement of the source, is hereby authorized for educational use in non-profit organizations.