First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Contents: C.P. Haviland, M. Notarangelo, L. Whitley-Putz, T. Wolf, Introduction. C. Connolly, A. DeJarlais, A. Gillam, L. Micciche, Erika and the Fish Lamps: Writing and Reading the Local Scene. P.B. Childers, J. Laughter, M. Lowry, S. Trumpeter, Developing a Community in a Secondary School Writing Center. L. Johnson-Shull, S. Wyche, B.Q. Griffith, The "Butterfly Effect": A Multiperspective Narrative of the Effects of Assessment on a Writing Center. S. Blythe, M. Harris with S. Pollert, A. Stellmach, A Discussion on Collaborative Design Methods for Collaborative Online Spaces. D. Enriquez, C.P. Haviland, C. Olson, D.J. Pizurie, To Define Ourselves or to Be Defined? T.M. Conroy, N. Lerner with P.J. Siska, Graduate Students as Writing Tutors: Role Conflict and the Nature of Professionalization. J. Mullin, N. Reid, D. Enders, J. Baldridge, Constructing Each Other: Collaborating Across Disciplines and Roles. E. Sommers, L. Stering, C. Tan, B. Diskin, Do You Know Who(m) You're Talking to? Critical Pedagogy and English as a Second Language Tutoring. N. Grimm, M. Penti with J. Barrett, R. Townsend, S. Islam, Rethinking Agency. C.P. Haviland, M. Notarangelo, L. Whitley-Putz, T. Wolf, What Can Collaborating Teach Us About Writing Centers and About Collaboration? J. Mullin, One Reader Reading.