What Useful Sources Can I Consult?

In this section we include an array of publications focused on scholarship relevant to the activities, theories, and pedagogies of WAC fellows and fellowships.

Ackerman, Patricia E. (2007). Pedagogical attitudes/perceptions of college writing center peer tutors towards the process of tutoring [doctoral thesis]. Manhattan, KS: Kansas State University.

Ackley, Elizabeth. (1987). Beginning and maintaining a peer-tutor based writing center in the secondary school. Writing Lab Newsletter 12.3, 3-4. 

Aikens, Kristina. (January 15, 2019). "Prioritizing Antiracism in Writing Tutor Education.". Karen Gabrielle Johnson and Ted Roggenbuck, How We Teach Writing Tutors. Writing Lab News Letter. https://wlnjournal.org/digitaleditedcollection1/Aikens.html

Alford, Elisabeth; Jep C. Jonson; Thomas G. Smith; Kristin Walker; University of South Carolina University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. (1997). Using genre analysis to teach writing in engineering: Report on a pilot video-teleconference for engineering teaching assistants and writing center consultants. ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 406 944.

Almasy, Rudolph; David England. (1979). Future teachers as real teachers: English education students in the writing laboratory. English Education 10.3, 155-162.

Anderson, James E.; Ellen M. Bommarito; Laura Seijas. (1981). An argument for peer tutoring as teacher training. In Hawkins, Thom; Phyllis Brooks (Eds.), Improving writing skills; San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass (pp. 35-38).

Angelova, Maria; Anastasia Riazantseva. (1999). 'If you don't tell me, how can I know?': A case study of four international students learning to write the U.S. way. Written Communication 16.4, 491-525.

Anonymous. (2001). Kevin Davis wins 2001 National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing (NCPTW) Maxwell Award. Writing Center Journal 22.1, 120-120.

Applequist, Frances. (2004). The challenges and contributions of nontraditional tutors. Writing Lab Newsletter 28.10, 10-13. 

Arfken, Deborah. (1982). A peer-tutor staff: Four crucial aspects. In Harris, Muriel (Ed.), Tutoring writing: A sourcebook for writing labs; Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman [ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 210 699] (pp. 111-122).

Arkin, Marian. (1983). Using the journal and case study to train writing peer tutors. Teaching English in the Two-Year College 09.2, 129-134.

Arnold, Steve. (1973). Peer tutors. In Berger, Allen; Blanche Hope Smith (Eds.); Language activities: Classroom practices in teaching English 1973-1974. [NCTE Committee on Classroom Practices in Teaching English Report No. 11]. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English (pp. 25).

Ashcroft, Nicki. (2002). Moody tutor: A survival guide [tutors' column]. Writing Lab Newsletter 26.5, 8-9. 

August, Diane L. (1987). Effects of peer tutoring on the second language acquisition of Mexican American children in elementary school. TESOL Quarterly 21.4, 717-736.

Baker, Brooke. (2006). Safe houses and contact zones: Reconsidering the basic writing tutorial. Young Scholars in Writing 04 (Fall), 64-72.

Balester, Valerie. (1994). Electronic discourse for writing consultants. Writing Lab Newsletter 18.9, 10-12. 

Bamberg, Betty. (1997). Alternative models of first-year composition: Possibilities and problems. Writing Program Administration 21.1, 7-18.

Bannister, Linda. (1982). Peer tutor training: An ongoing process. In Olson, Gary A. (Ed.); Southeastern Writing Center Association; Proceedings of the second annual Southeastern Writing Center Conference, held at the University of Alabama, February 6, 1982; ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 214 164 (pp. 71-81).

Bannister-Wells, Linda. (1984). Developing a peer tutoring program. In Olson, Gary A. (Ed.), Writing centers: Theory and administration; Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English [ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 246 483] (pp. 132-143).

Barger, Jack. (2002). Start where you are [tutors' column]. Writing Lab Newsletter 26.5, 9-10. 

Bastian, Heather, Lindsey Harkness. (2003). When peer tutors write about writing: Literacy narratives and self reflection.   (pp. 77-94). Young Scholars in Writing 01 (Fall), 77-94 .

Beck, Paula; Thom Hawkins; Marcia Silver. (1978). Training and using peer tutors. College English 40.4, 432-449.

Behm, Richard. (1989). Ethical issues in peer tutoring: A defense of collaborative learning. Writing Center Journal 10.1, 3-13.

Bell, Elizabeth. (1985). Peer tutor as principal benefactor in the writing center. Writing Lab Newsletter 09.9, 10-13. 

Bell, Elizabeth S. (1985). The peer tutor as principal benefactor in the writing center, or it isn't just for teaching English anymore. In Roberts, David H.; William C. Wolff (Eds.); Southeastern Writing Center Association, Selected papers of the Southeastern Writing Center Association; ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 272 926 (pp. 51-52).

Bell, Elizabeth. (1983). The peer tutor: The writing center's most valuable resource. Teaching English in the Two-Year College 09.2, 141-144.

Bell, Elizabeth. (1982). A comparison of attitudes toward writing. Writing Lab Newsletter 07.2, 7-9.

Bell, James Harrington. (1989). Tutoring in a writing center [doctoral thesis]. Austin, TX: University of Texas at Austin.

Bilotti, Karen & Case, Margaret. (2017). Scaffolded Student Collaboration: Writing Fellow Integration for Enriched Critical Analysis. Double Helix: A Journal of Critical Thinking and Writing, 5(1), 1-19. 

Bokser, Julie A. (2001). Peer tutoring and Gorgias: Acknowledging aggression in the writing center. Writing Center Journal 21.2, 21-34.

Booher, Sandra C.; Los Medanos College [Pittsburg, CA]. (1982). A report on the tutorial outreach model for reading and writing across the curriculum at Los Medanos College. ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 221 252.

Bosco, Jay J. (1985). Experience of a peer tutor. Writing Lab Newsletter 09.5, 13-14. 

Bossone, Richard M.; Richard L. Larson; City University of New York, Center for Advanced Study in Education. (1980). Needed research in the teaching of writing. ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 184 136.

Boswell, James, Jr. (1987). Should community college students be peer tutors?. Writing Lab Newsletter 11.8, 5-6.

Boudreaux, Marjory Ann. (1998). Toward awareness: A study of nonverbal behavior in the writing conference [doctoral thesis]. Indiana, PA: Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Boyd, Kristin; Ann Haibeck. (2011). We have a secret: Balancing directiveness and nondirectiveness during peer tutoring [Tutor's Column]. Writing Lab Newsletter 35.5-6, 14-15.

Boyd, Kristin; Ann Haibeck. (2010). We have a secret: Balancing directiveness and nondirectiveness during peer tutoring [Tutor's Column]. Writing Lab Newsletter 35.3-4, 14-15.

Brammer, Charlotte, Amare, Nicole, & Campbell, Kim Sydow. (2008). Culture Shock: Teaching Writing within Interdisciplinary Contact Zones. Across the Disciplines, 5(2), 1-15. 

Brock, Mark N. (1993). A comparative study of computerized text analysis and peer tutoring as revision aids for ESL writers [doctoral thesis]. Indiana, PA: Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Brooks, Phyllis. (1981). Peer tutoring and the ESL student. In Hawkins, Thom; Phyllis Brooks (Eds.), Improving writing skills; San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass (pp. 45-52).

Bruffee, Kenneth A. (2007). What being a writing peer tutor can do for you [special issue on Kenneth Bruffee and the Brooklyn plan]. Writing Center Journal 28.2, 5-10.

Bruffee, Kenneth A. (1984). Peer tutoring and the 'conversation of mankind'. In Olson, Gary A. (Ed.), Writing centers: Theory and administration; Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English [ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 246 483] (pp. 3-15).

Bruffee, Kenneth A. (1981). The Brooklyn College Summer Institute in training peer tutors. In Humes, Ann Bruce Cronnell; Joseph Lawlor; Larry Gentry (Eds.), Moving between practice and research in writing;Southwest Regional Laboratory for Educational Research and Development [ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 198 569] (pp. 110-113).

Bruffee, Kenneth A. (1980). Two related issues in peer tutoring: Program structure and tutor training. College Composition and Communication 31.1, 76-80.

Burstein, Jill, Elliot, Norbert, Klebanov, Beata Beigman, Madnani, Nitin, Napolitano, Diane, Schwartz, Maxwell, Houghton, Patrick, & Molloy, Hillary. (2018). Writing MentorTM: Writing Progress Using Self-Regulated Writing Support. The Journal of Writing Analytics, 2(1), 285-313. 

Byrd, Antonio. (2019). Between Learning and Opportunity: A Study of African American Coders’ Networks of Support. Literacy in Composition Studies 07.2, 31-55. 

Cairns, Rhoda & Anderson, Paul V. (2008). The Protean Shape of the Writing Associate's Role: An Empirical Study and Conceptual Model. Across the Disciplines, 5(1), 1-15. 

Carpenter, William; Bianca Falbo. (2006). Literacy, identity, and the 'successful' student writer. In Williams, Bronwyn T. (Ed.), Identity papers: Literacy and power in higher education; Logan, UT: Utah State University Press (pp. 92-108).

Corbett, Steven J. (2015). . Beyond Dichotomy: Synergizing Writing Center and Classroom Pedagogies; Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press.

Corbett, Steven J. (2013). Negotiating pedagogical authority: The rhetoric of writing center tutoring styles and methods. Rhetoric Review 32.1, 81-98.

Corbett, Steven J. (2011). Using case study multi-methods to investigate close(r) collaboration: Course-based tutoring and the directive/nondirective instructional continuum. Writing Center Journal 31.1, 55-81.

Corroy, Jennifer. (2005). Tutors' voices--institutional change and the University of Wisconsin-Madison writing fellows program. In Spigelman, Candace; Laurie Grobman (Eds.), On location: Theory and practice in classroom-based writing tutoring; Logan, UT: Utah State University Press (pp. 205-218).

Corroy, Jennifer. (2003). Institutional change and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Fellows Program.   (pp. 20-34). Young Scholars in Writing 01 (Fall), 20-34 .

Cripps, Michael J., Hall, Jonathan, & Robinson, Heather. (2016). "A Way to Talk about the Institution as Opposed to Just my Field": WAC Fellowships and Graduate Student Professional Development. Across the Disciplines, 13(3), 1-37.  https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/special/wacta/

Denny, Harry; Rebecca Day. (2004). [book review]. Writing Lab Newsletter 28.8, 11-13, 16. 

Dillon, Timothy J.; Monroe County Community College. (1995). Writing Across the Curriculum annual report, 1994-95. ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 385 301.

Draper, Virginia. (1993). Writing and Learning: A handbook for UCSC faculty [University of California, Santa Cruz]. Santa Cruz, CA: University of California, Santa Cruz.

Essid, Joe. (2014). Extending an alternative: Writing centers and curricular change. Writing Lab Newsletter 38.7-8, 1-5.

Fodrey, Crystal N.; Meg Mikovits; Chris Hassay; Erica Yozell. (2019). Activity theory as tool for WAC program development: Organizing first-year writing and writing-enriched curriculum systems [program profile]. Composition Forum 42https://compositionforum.com/issue/42/moravian.php

Gallagher, Mary, Galindo, Claudia, & Shin, Sarah J. (2016). Writing-related Attitudes of L1 and L2 Students Who Receive Help from Writing Fellows. Across the Disciplines, 13(2), 1-21. https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/archives/volume13/

Gladstein, Jill. (2008). Conducting Research in the Gray Space: How Writing Associates Negotiate Between WAC and WID in an Introductory Biology Course. Across the Disciplines, 5(1). https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/special/fellows/

Halasz, Judith, Brincker, Maria, Gambs, Deborah, Geraci, Denise, Queeley, Andrea, & Solovyova, Sophia. (2006). Making It Your Own: Writing Fellows Re-evaluate Faculty "Resistance". Across the Disciplines, 3(2), 1-13. https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/archives/volume3/

Hall, Emily & Hughes, Bradley. (2011). Preparing Faculty, Professionalizing Fellows: Keys to Success with Undergraduate Writing Fellows in WAC. The WAC Journal, 22(1), 21-40. https://wac.colostate.edu/journal/vol22/

Haring-Smith, Tori. (1986). Brown University. In Connolly, Paul; Teresa Vilardi (Eds.), New methods in college writing programs: Theories in practice; New York, NY: Modern Language Association.

Haring-Smith, Tori. (1992). Changing students' attitudes: Writing fellows programs. In McLeod, Susan H.; Margot Soven (Eds.), Writing across the curriculum: A guide to developing programs; Newbury Park, CA: Sage [ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 350 622] (pp. 175-188).

Harris, Joseph. (2004). Thinking like a program. Pedagogy 04.3, 357-363.

Henry, Jim; Holly Huff Bruland; Jennifer Sano-Franchini. (2011). Course-embedded mentoring for first-year students: Melding academic subject support with role modeling, psycho-social support, and goal setting. International Journal for the Scholarship on Teaching and Learning 05.2, 1-22.

Henry, Jim; Holly Huff Bruland; Ryan Omizo. (2008). Mentoring first-year students in composition: Tapping role construction to teach. Currents in Teaching and Learning 01.1, 17-28.

Henry, Jim; Holly Huff Bruland. (2010). Educating reflexive practitioners: Casting graduate teaching assistants as mentors in first-year classrooms. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 22.3, 308-319.

Hillard, Van. (2003). Making writing visible at Duke University. Peer Review 06.1, 15-17.

Holladay, John M.; Monroe County Community College [Michigan]. (1990). Writing across the curriculum annual report, 1989-90: Comprehensive report. ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 326 260.

Horii, Cassandra Volpe. (1999). Sequencing assignments toward a term paper. Harvard Writing Project Bulletin (Fall), 10-11.

Hughes, Brad; Emily B.Hall. (2008). Guest editors' introduction [to a special issue on Rewriting across the curriculum: Writing fellows as agents of change in WAC. Across the Disciplines 05https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/fellows/intro.cfm

Hughes, Bradley & Miller, Elisabeth L. (2018). WAC Seminar Participants as Surrogate WAC Consultants: Disciplinary Faculty Developing and Deploying WAC Expertise. The WAC Journal, 29(1), 07-41. https://wac.colostate.edu/journal/

Jaxon, Kim; Laura Sparks; Chris Fosen. (2020). Epic Learning in a 'Jumbo' Writing Course [course design]. Composition Studies 48.2, 116-127.         https://compositionstudiesjournal.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/jaxson-sparks-fosen.pdf

Kail, Harvey. (2008). Innovation and repetition: The Brooklyn College Summer Institute in training peer writing tutors 25 years later. Writing Center Journal 28.2, 43-51.

Katz, Joseph. (1988). Does teaching help students learn?. In Kimball, Bruce A. (Ed.), Teaching undergraduates: Essays from the Lilly Endowment Workshop on Liberal Arts; Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books (pp. 173-184).

Keenan, Alan. (1999). Avoiding the dangers of compare and contrast. Harvard Writing Project Bulletin (Fall), 10.

Kiefer, Kate & Leff, Aaron. (2008). Client-Based Writing about Science: Immersing Science Students in Real Writing Contexts. Across the Disciplines, 5(2), 1-11. https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/archives/volume5/

Kramberg-Walker, Carol. (1993). The need to provide writing support for academic engineers. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 36.3, 130-136.

Lawfer, Laura. (2005). Writing fellows: An innovative approach to tutoring. Writing Lab Newsletter 29.9, 12-13, 10. https://wlnjournal.org/archives/v29/29.9.pdf

Leahy, Richard. (1999). When a writing center undertakes a writing fellows program. In Barnett, Robert W.; Jacob S. Blummer; Writing centers and writing across the curriculum programs; Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (pp. 71-88).

Leahy, Richard. (1999). When a writing center undertakes a writing fellows program. In Barnett, Robert W.; Jacob S. Blumner (Eds.), Writing centers and writing across the curriculum programs: Building interdisciplinary partnerships; Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (pp. 71-89).

LeCourt, Donna. (1996). WAC as critical pedagogy: The third stage?. JAC: Journal of Advanced Composition 16.3, 389-406. 

Lenaghan, Elizabeth. (2013). Writing centers and graduate student leadership. Academic Exchange Quarterly 17.4, 93-98.

Margot, Soven. (2001). Curriculum-based peer tutors and WAC. In McLeod, Susan H.; Eric Miraglia; Margot Soven; Christopher Thaiss (Eds.), WAC for the new millennium: Strategies for continuing writing-across-the-curriculum programs; Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English (pp. 200-232).

Min, Hui-Tzu. (2006). The effects of trained peer review on EFL students' revision types and writing quality. Journal of Second Language Writing 15.2, 118-141.

Mullin, Joan, Schorn, Susan, Turner, Tim, Hertz, Rachel, Davidson, Derek, & Baca, Amanda. (2008). Challenging Our Practices, Supporting Our Theories: Writing Mentors As Change Agents Across Discourse Communities. Across the Disciplines, 5(1), 1-10. 

Neeley, Michelle E. (2017). Faculty Beliefs in Successful Writing Fellow Partnerships: How Do Faculty Understand Teaching, Learning, and Writing. Across the Disciplines, 14(2), 1-22. https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/archives/volume14/

O'Meara, Katherine Daily. (2016). Providing sustained support for teachers and students in the L2 writing classroom using writing fellow tutors. Journal of Response to Writing 2.2, 66-87. http://www.journalrw.org/index.php/jrw/issue/archive

O'Neill, Peter. (2008). Using Peer Writing Fellows in British Universities: Complexities and Possibilities. Across the Disciplines, 5(1), 1-14. https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/special/fellows/

Perelman, Les C. (2013). Critique of Mark D. Shermis & Ben Hammer, 'Contrasting State-of-the-Art Automated Scoring of Essays': Analysis. Journal of Writing Assessment 06.1http://www.journalofwritingassessment.org/index.php

Persky, Hilary. (2012). Writing assessment in the context of the National Assessment of Educational Progress. In Elliot, Norbert; Les Perelman (Eds.), Writing assessment in the 21st century: Essays in honor of Edward M. White; New York: Hampton Press (pp. 69-96).

Regaignon, Dara Rossman. & Bromley, Pamela. (2011). What Difference Do Writing Fellows Programs Make?. The WAC Journal, 22(1), 41-63. https://wac.colostate.edu/journal/vol22/

Ronesi, Lynne. (2011). 'Striking while the iron is hot': A Writing Fellows Program Supporting Lower-Division Courses at an American University in the UAE (United Arab Emirates). Across the Disciplines 08.4 [special issue: WAC and Second Language Writing: Cross-field Research, Theory, and Program Development]https://wac.colostate.edu/docs/atd/ell/ronesi.pdf

Severino, Caril & Traschel, Mary. (2008). Theories of Specialized Discourse and Writing Fellows Programs. Across the Disciplines, 5(1), 1-15. 

Severino, Carol; Mary Trachsel. (2005). Starting a writing fellows program: Crossing disciplines or crossing pedagogies?. International Journal of Learning 11, 449-455.

Severino, Carol; Megan Knight. (2007). Exporting writing center pedagogy: Writing fellows programs as ambassadors for the writing center. In Macauley, William J.; Nicholas Mauriello (Eds.), Marginal words, marginal work?: Tutoring the academy in the work of writing centers; Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press (pp. 19-33).

Soven, Margot. (1991). Writing Fellows Program: Peer tutors in the WAC class. Composition Chronicle Newsletter 04.8, 9-10.

Soven, Margot Iris. (2005). What the writing tutor needs to know. Boston, MA: Thomson-Wadsworth.

Strang, Steven. (2006). Staffing a writing center with professional tutors. In Murphy, Christina; Byron Stay (Eds.), The writing center director's resource book; Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum (pp. 291-300).

Striker, Chris. (2013). The 'model tutor' in the classroom: But which model works?. Writing Lab Newsletter 37.9-10, 14-15.

Watson, Cresap S. (1965). Teaching fellowships in freshman English for high school teachers. College English 26.4, 319.