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Tom Halford

Journal of Creative Writing Studies - 0 views

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    Journal of Creative Writing Studies is a publication of Creative Writing Studies Organization (CWSO), which also hosts the annual Creative Writing Studies Conference . See the conference homepage to view its CFP for the 2016 conference. If you would like to become a member of CWSO, please consider backing our crowd funding campaign.
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Write Online: Academic Writing Guide - 0 views

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    The Writing Centres of the University of Waterloo, the University of Guelph, and Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, collaborated on the production of this online and publicly-available writing resource, www.WriteOnline.ca. Taking a WID approach, the website introduces students to writing three assignment genres -- a lab report, a case study report, and a reflective essay -- through descriptive text, models, and interactive activities.
Tom Halford

What We Call Ourselves 1.1 - 1 views

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    Praxis Editorial BoardThe University of Texas at Austin Part of who we are as writing center practitioners is defined for us by the job titles that we're given. While the most common titles-coach, consultant, and tutor-carry their own advantages, none of them is entirely free of negative connotations.
mickey130

Engage | DoIT | University of Wisconsin-Madison - 1 views

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    The U. of Wisconsin-Madison's "Case Scenario/Crtiical Reader Builder is a desktop tool for creating a variety of web-based learning materials. You can combine text, images, video and audio along with embedded quiz questions and scoring to create compelling interactive critical readings, scenarios with decision branching, simulated dialogues, story-like narratives, media rich case studies and much more.
    The CSCR tool provides a framework for integrating multiple media elements and web resources to make your content come alive with interactivity. Learners can interact with and explore course content, make decisions and receive corrective feedback.

    For use for Tutors, click the link "Concept Tutor Plus" at the left of the page.
mickey130

Writing Center Concept - International Writing Centers Association - 0 views

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    On the International Writing Centers Association website, a SLATE statment, "The Concept of a Writing Center," by Muriel Harris, 1988.
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