Skip to main content
Chemistry LibreTexts

Untitled Page 609

  • Page ID
    124018
  • Works Cited

    Anderson, Julie Aipperspach, and Susan Wolff Murphy. “Bringing the Writing Center into the Classroom: A Case Study of Writing Groups.” Moss, Highberg, and Nicolas 47-62. Print.

    Babcock, Rebecca Day, and Terese Thonus. Researching the Writing Center: Towards an Evidence-Based Practice. New York: Peter Lang, 2012. Print.

    Barber-Fendley, Kimber, and Chris Hamel. “A New Visibility: An Argument for Alternative Assistance Programs for Students with Learning Disabilities.” College Composition and Communication 55.3 (2004): 504-35. Print.

    Barnett, Robert W., and Jacob S. Blumner, eds. The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Writing Center Theory and Practice. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2001. Print.

    Beaufort, Anne. College Writing and Beyond: A New Framework for University Writing Instruction. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2007. Print.

    Bishop, Wendy. “Helping Peer Writing Groups Succeed.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 15 (1988): 120-25. Print.

    Black, Laurel Johnson. Between Talk and Teaching: Reconsidering the Writing Conference. Logan: Utah State UP, 1998. Print.

    Blum-Kulka, Shoshana. “Discourse Pragmatics.” Discourse as Social Interaction. Ed. Teun A. Van Dijk. London: Sage, 1997. 38-63. Print.

    Boquet, Elizabeth H. “Intellectual Tug-of-War: Snapshots of Life in the Center.” Stories from the Center: Connecting Narrative and Theory in the Writing Center. Ed. Briggs Lynne Craigue, and Meg Woolbright. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2000. 17-30. Print.

    ---. Noise from the Writing Center. Logan: Utah State UP, 2002. Print.

    Boquet, Elizabeth H. and Neal Lerner. “Reconsiderations: After ‘The Idea of a Writing Center.’” College English 71.2 (Nov. 2008): 170-89. Print.

    Brooke, Robert, Ruth Mirtz, and Rick Evans. Small Groups in Writing Workshops: Invitations to a Writer’s Life. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1994. Print.

    Brooks, Jeff. “Minimalist Tutoring: Making the Students Do All the Work.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 15.6 (1991): 1-4. Print.

    Bruffee, Kenneth A. Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge. 2nd ed. Baltimore: The John Hopkins UP, 1999. Print.

    ---. A Short Course in Writing: Composition, Collaborative Learning, and Constructive Reading 4th ed. New York: Pearson, 2007. Print.

    Bruland, Holly Huff. “‘Accomplishing Intellectual Work’: An Investigation of the Re-Locations Enacted through On-Location Tutoring.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 4.2 (Spring 2007). Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    Buranen, Lise, and Alice M. Roy, eds. Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. SUNY UP, 1999. Print.

    Burke, Kenneth. A Grammar of Motives. New York: Prentice Hall, 1945. Print.

    ---. The Philosophy of Literary Form: Studies in Symbolic Action. Berkeley: U of California P, 1973 (Orig. pub. 1941). Print.

    ---. A Rhetoric of Motives. Berkeley: U of California P, 1969 (Orig. pub. 1950). Print.

    Cairns, Rhoda, and Paul V. Anderson. “The Protean Shape of the Writing Associate’s Role: An Empirical Study and Conceptual Model.” Across the Disciplines 5 (March 29, 2008). Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    Carillo, Ellen “Teaching Academic Integrity and Critical Thinking through Collaboration.” Corbett, LaFrance, and Decker 65-76. Print.

    Carino, Peter. “Power and Authority in Peer Tutoring.” The Center Will Hold: Critical Perspectives on Writing Center Scholarship. Ed. Michael A. Pemberton, and Joyce Kinkead. Logan: Utah State UP, 2003. 96-116. Print.

    Carroll, Lee Ann. Rehearsing New Roles: How College Students Develop as Writers. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2002. Print.

    Cazden, Courtney B. Classroom Discourse: The Language of Teaching and Learning 2nd ed. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2001. Print.

    Ching, Cory Lawson. “The Instructor-Led Peer Conference: Teachers as Participants in Peer Response.” Corbett, LaFrance, and Decker 15-28. Print.

    Clark, Irene Lurkis. “Collaboration and Ethics in Writing Center Pedagogy.” The Writing Center Journal 9.1 (1988): 3-12. Print.

    ---. “Perspectives on the Directive/Non-Directive Continuum in the Writing Center.” The Writing Center Journal 22.1 (2001): 33-58. Print.

    ---. “Writing Centers and Plagiarism.” Buranen and Roy 155-167. Print.

    Clark, Irene Lurkis, and Dave Healy. “Are Writing Centers Ethical?” Barnett and Blumner 242-59. Orig. published in WPA: Writing Program Administration 20 (1996): 32-38. Print.

    Cogie, Jane, Dawn Janke, Teresa Joy Kramer, and Chad Simpson. “Risks in Collaboration: Accountability as We Move beyond the Center’s Walls.” Marginal Words, Marginal Work? Tutoring the Academy in the Work of Writing Centers. Ed. William J Macauley Jr., and Nicholas Mauriello. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 2007. 105-34. Print.

    Cooper, Marilyn M. “Really Useful Knowledge: A Cultural Studies Agenda for Writing Centers.” The Writing Center Journal 14.2 (1994): 97-111. Print.

    Corbett, Steven J. “Bringing the Noise: Peer Power and Authority, On Location.” Spigelman and Grobman 101-111. Print.

    ---. “Great Debating: Combining Ancient and Contemporary Methods of Peer Critique.” PraxisWiki. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy (October 8, 2014). Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    ---. “Learning Disability and Response-Ability: Reciprocal Caring in Developmental Peer Response Writing Groups and Beyond.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture. 15.3 (Spring 2015): 61-85.

    ---.“Negotiating Pedagogical Authority: The Rhetoric of Writing Center Tutoring Styles and Methods.” Rhetoric Review 32.1 (2013): 81-98. Print.

    ---. “The Role of the Emissary: Helping to Bridge the Communication Canyon between Instructors and Students.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 27.2 (Oct. 2002): 10-11. Print.

    ---.“Tutoring Style, Tutoring Ethics: The Continuing Relevance of the Directive/Nondirective Instructional Debate.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 5.2 (Spring 2008)Web. 1 Jan. 2015. Rpt. in the St. Martin’s Sourcebook for Writing Tutors 4th ed. Ed. Christina Murphy, and Steve Sherwood. Boston: Bedford/St Martin’s, 2011. 148-155. Print.

    ---.“Using Case Study Multi-Methods to Investigate Close(r) Collaboration: Course-Based Tutoring and the Directive/Nondirective Instructional Continuum.” The Writing Center Journal 31.1 (2011): 55-81. Print.

    ---. “Writing Center Research in the Making: Questioning Hierarchies of Authority across the Curriculum.” Paper Presented at the 2nd International Conference on Writing Research. Santa Barbara, CA. February, 2005.

    Corbett, Steven J., and Juan C. Guerra. “Collaboration and Play in the Writing Classroom.” Academic Exchange Quarterly 9.4 (Winter 2005): 106-11. Print.

    Corbett, Steven J., and Michelle LaFrance. “From Grammatical to Global: The WAC/Writing Center Connection.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 6.2 (Spring 2009). Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    ---, eds. Student Peer Review and Response: A Critical Sourcebook. New York/Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, Forthcoming.

    Corbett, Steven J., Michelle LaFrance, and Teagan Decker, eds. Peer Pressure, Peer Power: Theory and Practice in Peer Review and Response for the Writing Classroom. Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2014. Print.

    Corbett, Steven J., Sydney F. Lewis, and Madeleine M. Clifford. “Diversity Matters in Individualized Instruction: The Pros and Cons of Team Teaching and Talkin’ that Talk.” Diversity in the Composition Classroom. Ed. Gwendolyn Hale, Mike Mutschelknaus, and Thomas Alan Holmes. Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2010. 85-96. Print.

    Corroy, Jennifer. “Institutional Change and the University of Wisconsin—Madison Writing Fellows Program.” Spigelman and Grobman 205-18. Print.

    Daiker, Donald A. “Learning to Praise.” Writing and Response: Theory, Practice, and Research. Ed. Chris M. Anson. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1989. 103-13. Print.

    Decker, Teagan. “Academic (Un)Seriousness: How Tutor Talk Plays with Academic Discourse” The Writing Lab Newsletter 30.4 (Dec. 2005): 11-13. Print.

    ---.“Diplomatic Relations: Peer Tutors in the Writing Classroom.” Spigelman and Grobman 17-30. Print.

    Delpit, Lisa. Other People’s Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom 2nd ed. New York: The New Press, 2006. Print.

    ---.“The Silenced Dialogue: Power and Pedagogy in Educating Other People’s Children.” Harvard Educational Review 58.3 (Aug. 1988): 280-97. Print.

    Denny, Harry C. Facing the Center: Toward an Identity Politics of One-to-One Mentoring. Logan: Utah State UP, 2010. Print.

    DiPardo, Anne. “‘Whispers of Coming and Going’: Lessons from Fannie.” The Writing Center Journal 12.2 (1992): 125-44. Print.

    Driscoll, Dana, and Sherry Wynn Perdue. “Theory, Lore, and More: An Analysis of RAD Research in The Writing Center Journal, 1980-2009.” The Writing Center Journal 32.1 (2012): 11-39.

    Dylan, Bob. “The Times They Are A-Changin.’” The Times They Are A-Changin.’ Columbia, 1964. CD.

    Ender, Steven C., and Fred B. Newton. Students Helping Students: A Guide for Peer Educators on College Campuses. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2000. Print.

    Fitzgerald, Lauren. “Writing Center Scholarship: A ‘Big Cross-Disciplinary Tent.’” Exploring Composition Studies: Sites, Issues, and Perspectives. Ed. Kelly Ritter, and Paul Kei Matsuda. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2012. 73-88. Print.

    Fitzgerald, Lauren, and Melissa Ianetta. “From the Editors.” The Writing Center Journal 32.2 (2012): 9-10. Print.

    Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing. Developed jointly by the Council of Writing Program Administrators, the National Council of Teachers of English, and the National Writing Project, 2011. Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    Freire, Paulo. Pedagogy of Freedom: Ethics, Democracy, and Civic Courage. Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield, 1998. Print.

    Geller, Anne Ellen, Michele Eodice, Frankie Condon, Meg Carroll, and Elizabeth H. Boquet. The Everyday Writing Center: A Community of Practice. Logan: Utah State UP, 2007. Print.

    Gerben, Chris. “Make it Work: Project Runway as Model and Metaphor of Authority and Expertise.” Corbett, LaFrance, and Decker 29-42. Print.

    Gere, Anne Ruggles, and Ralph Stevens. “The Language of Writing Groups: How Oral Response Shapes Revision.” The Acquisition of Written Language: Response and Revision. Ed. Sarah Warshauer Freedman. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1985. 85-105.

    Gilewicz, Magdalena. “Sponsoring Student Response in Writing Center Group Tutorials.” Moss, Highberg, and Nicolas 63-78. Print.

    Gilewicz, Magdalena, and Terese Thonus. “Close Vertical Transcription in Writing Center Training and Research.” The Writing Center Journal 24.1 (2003): 25-49. Print.

    Gillespie, Paula, and Neal Lerner. The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Peer Tutoring 2nd ed. New York: Pearson, 2004. Print.

    Goffman, Erving. Forms of Talk. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1981. Print.

    Greenfield, Laura and Karen Rowan, eds. Writing Centers and the New Racism: A Call for Sustainable Dialogue and Change. Logan: Utah State UP, 2011. Print.

    Grimm, Nancy Maloney. Good Intentions: Writing Center Work for Postmodern Times. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1999. Print.

    Grutsch McKinney, Jackie. Peripheral Visions for Writing Centers. Logan: Utah State UP, 2013. Print.

    Hafer, Gary R. “Ideas in Practice: Supplemental Instruction in Freshman Composition.” The Journal of Developmental Education 24 (2001): 30-37. Print.

    Hall, Emily, and Bradley Hughes. “Preparing Faculty, Professionalizing Fellows: Keys to Success with Undergraduate Writing Fellows in WAC.” The WAC Journal 22 (2011): 21-40. Print.

    Haring-Smith, Tori. “Changing Students’ Attitudes: Writing Fellows Programs.” Writing Across the Curriculum: A Guide to Developing Programs. Ed. Susan McLeod, and Margot Soven. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1992. 175-88. Print.

    Harris, Muriel. “Centering in on Professional Choices.” College Composition and Communication 52.3 (Feb. 2001): 429-40. Print.

    ---. “Collaboration Is Not Collaboration Is Not Collaboration: Writing Center vs. Peer-Response Groups.” College Composition and Communication 43 (1992): 369-83. Print.

    ---. “A Non-Coda: Including Writing Centered Student Perspectives for Peer Review.” Corbett, LaFrance, and Decker 277-88. Print.

    ---. “Talking in the Middle: Why Writers Need Writing Tutors.” College English 57.1 (Jan. 1995): 27-42. Print.

    ---. Teaching One-to-One: The Writing Conference. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1986. Print.

    Haswell, Richard H. “NCTE/CCCC’s Recent War of Scholarship.” Written Communication 22.2 (2005): 198-223. Print.

    Healy, Dave. “A Defense of Dualism: The Writing Center and the Classroom.” The Writing Center Journal 14.1 (1993): 16-29. Print.

    Hemmeter, Thomas. “The ‘Smack of Difference’: The Language of Writing Center Discourse.” The Writing Center Journal 11.1 (1990): 35-48. Print.

    Hughes, Bradley, Paula Gillespie, and Harvey Kail. “What They Take with Them: Findings from the Peer Tutor Alumni Research Project.” The Writing Center Journal 30.2 (2010): 12-46. Print.

    Hurley, Maureen, Glen Jacobs, and Melinda Gilbert. “The Basic SI Model.” Supplemental Instruction: New Visions for Empowering Student Learning. Ed. Marion E. Stone and Glen Jacobs. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2006. 11-22. Print.

    Johnson, Kristine. “Beyond Standards: Disciplinary and National Perspectives on Habits of Mind.” College Composition and Communication 64.3 (Feb. 2013): 517-41. Print.

    Kail, Harvey, and John Trimbur. “The Politics of Peer Tutoring.” The Writing Center Journal 11.1-2 (1987): 5-12. Print.

    Kilborn, Judith. “Cultural Diversity in the Writing Center: Defining Ourselves and Our Challenges.” Barnett and Blumner 391-400. Orig. published in The Writing Lab Newsletter 19.1 (1994): 7-10. Print.

    Launspach, Sonja. “The Role of Talk in Small Writing Groups: Building Declarative and Procedural Knowledge for Basic Writers.” Journal of Basic Writing 27.2 (2008): 56-78. Print.

    Lawfer, Laura. “Writing Fellows: An Innovative Approach to Tutoring.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 29.9 (2005): 12-13, 10. Print.

    Lee, Carol D. “Double Voiced Discourse: African American Vernacular English as Resource in Cultural Modeling Classrooms.” Bakhtinian Perspectives on Language, Literacy, and Learning. Ed. Arentha F. Ball, and Sarah Warshauer Freedman. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. 129-47. Print.

    Lerner, Neal. The Idea of a Writing Laboratory. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2009. Print.

    ---. “The Teacher-Student Writing Conference and the Desire for Intimacy.” College English 68.2 (Nov. 2005): 186-208. Print.

    Liggett, Sarah, Kerri Jordan, and Steve Price. “Mapping Knowledge-Making in Writing Center Research: A Taxonomy of Methodologies.” The Writing Center Journal 31.2 (2011): 50-88. Print.

    Liu, Barbara Little, and Holly Mandes. “The Idea of a Writing Center Meets the Reality of Classroom-Based Tutoring.” Spigelman and Grobman 87-100. Print.

    Lutes, Jean Marie. “Why Feminists Make Better Tutors: Gender and Disciplinary Expertise in a Curriculum-Based Tutoring Program.” Writing Center Research: Extending the Conversation. Ed. Paula Gillespie, Alice Gillam, Lady Falls Brown, and Byron Stay. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002. 235-57. Print.

    Mackiewicz, Jo, and Isabelle Kramer Thompson. Talk about Writing: The Tutoring Strategies of Experienced Writing Center Tutors. New York: Routledge, 2015. Print.

    Mann, April. “Structure and Accommodation: Autism and the Writing Center.” Autism Spectrum Disorders in the College Composition Classroom: Making Writing Instruction More Accessible for All Students. Ed. Val Gerstle, and Lynda Walsh. Milwaukee, WI: Marquette UP, 2011. 43-74. Print.

    Miller, Judith E., James E. Groccia, and Marilyn S. Miller, eds. Student-Assisted Teaching: A Guide to Faculty-Student Teamwork. Bolton, MA: Anker, 2001. Print.

    Moss, Beverly J., Nels P. Highberg, and Melissa Nicolas, eds. Writing Groups Inside and Outside the Classroom. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004. Print.

    Murphy, Susan Wolff. “‘Just Check It: I Mean, Don’t Get Fixed on It’: Self Presentation in Writing Center Discourse.” The Writing Center Journal 26.1 (2006): 62-82. Print.

    Neff, Julie. “Learning Disabilities and the Writing Center.” Intersections: Theory-Practice in the Writing Center. Ed. Joan A. Mullin and Ray Wallace. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1994. 81-95. Print.

    Nelson, Marie Wilson. At the Point of Need: Teaching Basic and ESL Writers. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1991. Print.

    Nelson, Jane, and Margaret Garner. “Horizontal Structures for Learning.” Before and After the Tutorial: Writing Centers and Institutional Relationships. Ed. Nicholas Mauriello, William J. Macauley, Jr., and Robert T. Koch, Jr. New York: Hampton, 2011. 7-27. Print.

    Nicolas, Melissa. “A Cautionary Tale about ‘Tutoring’ Peer Response Groups.” Spigelman and Grobman 112-25. Print.

    North, Stephen M. “The Idea of a Writing Center.” College English 46.5 (1984): 433-46. Print.

    ---. “Revisiting ‘The Idea of a Writing Center.’” Writing Center Journal 15.1 (1994): 7-19. Print.

    Paulson, Eric J., Jonathan Alexander, and Sonya Armstrong. “Peer Review Re-Reviewed: Investigating the Juxtaposition of Composition Students’ Eye Movements and Peer-Review Processes.” Research in the Teaching of English 41.3 (Feb. 2007): 304-35. Print.

    Pemberton, Michael A. “Introduction to ‘The Function of Talk in the Writing Conference: A Study of Tutorial Conversation.’” The Writing Center Journal 30.1 (2010): 23-26. Print.

    Raines, Helon Howell. “Tutoring and Teaching: Continuum, Dichotomy, or Dialectic?” The Writing Center Journal 14.2 (1994): 150-62. Print.

    Reid, E. Shelley. “Peer Review for Peer Review’s Sake: Resituating Peer Review Pedagogy.” Corbett, LaFrance, and Decker 217-31. Print.

    Robinson, Heather M., and Jonathan Hall. “Connecting WID and the Writing Center: Tools for Collaboration.” The WAC Journal 24 (2013): 29-47.

    Schendel, Ellen, and William J. Macauley, Jr. Building Writing Center Assessments that Matter. Logan: Utah State UP, 2012. Print.

    Schunk, Dale H. Learning Theories: An Educational Perspective 4th ed. Columbus, OH: Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, 2004. Print.

    Severino, Carol. “Rhetorically Analyzing Collaborations.” The Writing Center Journal 13 (1992): 53-64. Print.

    Severino, Carol, and Mary Trachsel. “Theories of Specialized Discourses and Writing Fellows Programs.” Across the Disciplines 5 (March 29, 2008).Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    Shamoon, Linda K., and Deborah H. Burns. “A Critique of Pure Tutoring.” The Writing Center Journal 15.2 (1995): 134-52. Print.

    Shaparenko, Bithyah. “Focus on Focus: How to Facilitate Discussion in a Peer Group.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 29.8 (2005): 11-12. Print.

    Smith, Louise Z. “Independence and Collaboration: Why We Should Decentralize Writing Centers.” The Writing Center Journal 23.2 (2003): 15-23. Orig. pub. in 7.1 (1986): 3-10. Print.

    Smitherman, Geneva. Talkin and Testifyin: The Language of Black America. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 1977. Print.

    Smulyan, Lisa, and Kristen Bolton. “Classroom and Writing Center Collaborations: Peers as Authorities.” The Writing Center Journal 9.2 (1989): 43-49. Print.

    Soliday, Mary. Everyday Genres: Writing Assignments across the Disciplines. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois UP, 2011. Print.

    ---. “Shifting Roles in Classroom Tutoring: Cultivating the Art of Boundary Crossing.” The Writing Center Journal 16.1 (1995): 59-73. Print.

    Soven, Margot Iris. “Curriculum-Based Peer Tutoring Programs: A Survey.” Writing Program Administration 17.1-2 (1993): 58-74. Print.

    Spigelman, Candace. “Reconstructing Authority: Negotiating Power in Democratic Learning Sites.” Spigelman and Grobman 185-204. Print.

    ---. “‘Species’ of Rhetoric: Deliberative and Epideictic Models in Writing Center Settings.” Moss, Highberg, and Nicolas 133-50. Print.

    ---. “The Ethics of Appropriation in Peer Writing Groups.” Buranen and Roy 231-40. Print.

    Spigelman, Candace and Laurie Grobman, eds. On Location: Theory and Practice in Classroom-Based Writing Tutoring. Logan: Utah State UP, 2005. Print.

    Spigelman, Candace, and Laurie Grobman. “Introduction: On Location in Classroom-Based Writing Tutoring.” Spigelman and Grobman 1-13. Print.

    Spilman, Isabel B. “Tutoring Five on Five.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 13.10 (1989): 9-10. Print.

    Stewart, Donald C. “Collaborative Learning: Boon or Bane? Rhetoric Review 7 (1988): 58-83. Print.

    Thaiss, Chris, and Terry Myers Zawacki. Engaged Writers and Dynamic Disciplines: Research on the Academic Writing Life. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2006. Print.

    Thompson, Isabelle. “Scaffolding in the Writing Center: A Microanalysis of an Experienced Tutor’s Verbal and Nonverbal Tutoring Strategies.” Written Communication 26 (2009): 417-53. Print.

    Thompson, Isabelle, Alyson Whyte, David Shannon, Amanda Muse, Kristen Miller, MillaChappell, and Abby Whigham. “Examining Our Lore: A Survey of Students’ and Tutors’ Satisfaction with Writing Center Conferences.” The Writing Center Journal 29.1 (2009): 78-105. Print.

    Thompson, Isabelle, and Jo Mackiewicz. “Questioning in Writing Center Conferences.” The Writing Center Journal 33.2 (2014): 37-70. Print.

    Trimbur, John. “Peer Tutoring: A Contradiction in Terms?” The Writing Center Journal 7.2 (1987): 21-28. Print.

    Trimbur, John, and Harvey Kail. “Foreword.” Bruffee, A Short Course xix-xxix. Print.

    Vidali, Amy. “Discourses of Disability and Basic Writing.” Disability and the Teaching of Writing: A Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson, and Brenda Jo Brueggemann. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2008. 40-55. Print.

    Walker, Carolyn, and David Elias. “Writing Conference Talk: Factors Associated with High- and Low-Rated Writing Conferences.” Research in the Teaching of English 21.3 (1987): 226-85. Print.

    White-Farnham, Jamie, Jeremiah Dyehouse, and Bryna Siegel Finer. “Mapping Tutorial Interactions: A Report on Results and Implications.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 9.2 (2012). Web. 1 Jan. 2015.

    Zawacki, Terry Myers. “Writing Fellows as WAC Change Agents: Changing What? Changing Whom? Changing How?” Across the Disciplines 5 (March 29, 2008).Web. 1 Jan. 2015.