Volume 4 (2020): Expanding the Body of Knowledge

  • DEI, Writing Center, Digital Writing, First-Year Composition, Writing, Writing Analytics


Writing Analytics: Expanding the Body of Knowledge, by Susan Lang
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.01

Invited Article

Advancing the Field of Writing Analytics: Lessons from "Text-as-Data" in the Social Sciences, by Ian G. Anson
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.02

Research Articles

Divergent Writer Development in College, by David Eubanks and Sara Vanovac
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.03

Peer Review Practice, Student Identity, and Success in a First-Year Writing Pilot Curriculum: An Equity-Minded Analysis, by Brian Gogan and Samantha Atkins
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.04

Writing Analytics and Program Assessment: How Novice Writers Use Rubric Terminology in Reflective Essays, by Michael Householder and Martha Wilson Schaffer
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.05

Research Notes

Analyzing Student's Constructs of Writing Through Reflections on Their Drafts, by Chris M. Anson, Beth Greene, and Matthew Halm
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.06

Possibilities for a Public-Facing Digital Writing Program Archive in the Age of Analytics, by Kyle Oddis, Avery Blankenship, Brice Lanham, and Neal Lerner
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.07

Resetting the Score: Scores as Measures of Learning, by Alaina Tackitt and David Eubanks
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.08

A Line Matching Method for Reliable Higher-Order Theme Identification, by Michael B. Rose and Suzanne Klonis
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.09

Gender Preferences in Writing Center Appointments: The Case for a Metadata-Driven Approach, by Mark Pedretti and Megan Swihart Jewell
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.10


Book Review of D'Ignazio, C., & Klein, L. F. (2020). Data feminism. The MIT Press., by Lauren E. Cagle
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.11

Book Review of Aull, L. (2020). How students write: A linguistic analysis. The Modern Language Association of America., by William Marcellino
DOI: 10.37514/JWA-J.2020.4.1.12

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