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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Council Writing Program Administrators

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ISBN: 1643170406

Category: Education

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; wpa and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and wpa work; and projects that enhance wpa work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 42.1 (Fall 2018): Standing for Time: Publishing in WPA by Lori Ostergaard, Jim Nugent, and Jacob Babb Kurt Cobain, Writing Program Administrator by William DeGenaro Looking through Narrow Windows: Problem-Setting and Problem-Solving Strategies of Novice Teachers by Carolyn A. Wisniewski Reclaiming Writing Placement by Heidi Estrem, Dawn Shepherd, and Samantha Sturman "Give All Thoughts a Chance" Writing about Writing and the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy by Sandie Friedman and Robert Miller by Mentoring WPAs for the Long Term: The Promise of Mindfulness by Cindy Moore Plenary Address: Innovation through Intentional Administration: Or, How to Lead a Writing Program Without Losing Your Soul by Susan Miller-Cochran Book Reviews: Languages and Literacies in Motion: Transnationalism and Mobility Matters in Writing Studies by Nancy Bou Ayash Rewriting Labor in Composition by Meridith Reed Viewing Directed Self-Placement Through a Multilingual, Multicultural, Transdisciplinary, and Ethical Lens by Marie Webb

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WPA publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Jim Nugent

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ISBN: 1643171437

Category: Education

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WPA publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

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WPA publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Jacob Babb

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ISBN: 1643171844

Category: Education

Page: 186

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; wpa and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and wpa work; and projects that enhance wpa work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 43.2 (Spring 2020): LETTER FROM THE EDITORS: WPAs in Quarantine by Lori Ostergaard, Jacob Babb, and Jim Nugent SYMPOSIUM: Writing Program Administration: A Queer Symposium by William P. Banks, Michael J. Faris, Collie Fulford, Timothy Oleksiak, GPat Patterson, and Trixie G. Smith ESSAYS: Analyzing Student Evaluations of Teaching: A Generic Prescription by Alexis Teagarden and Michael Carlozzi Troublesome Knowledge: A Study of GTA Ambivalence with Genre-Informed Pedagogy by Aimee C. Mapes, Brad Jacobson, Rachel LaMance, and Stefan M. Vogel Challenging the Efficiency Model: Supporting Inclusive Pathways Toward Student Success by Cristine Busser WPAs as University Learning Space Managers: Theorizing and Guiding the Creation of Effective Writing Classrooms by Julia Voss A Return to Portland: Making Work Visible through the Ecologies of Writing Program Administration by Leigh Graziano, Kay Halasek, Susan Miller-Cochran, Frank Napolitano, and Natalie Szymanski REVIEW ESSAY: Reaching (for) the Future: Writing Center Studies Expands by Jackie Grutsch McKinney BOOK REVIEWS: Composing Feminist Interventions: Activism, Engagement, Praxis by Kimberly A. Turner Resilient, Proactive, and Visible: Lean Programmatic Development and Better Writing Programs by Amelia Chesley

Landmark Essays on Writing Program Administration

This Landmark volume is the cornerstone resource for new Writing Program Administrators and graduate students seeking an ever-important overview of the literature on Writing Program Administration.

Author: Kelly Ritter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1138715352

Category: English language

Page: 350

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Leading with the provocative observation that writing programs administration lacks ¿an established set of texts that provides a baseline of shared knowledge . . . in which to root our ongoing conversations and with which to welcome newcomers,¿ Landmark Essays on Writing Program Administration focuses on WPA identity to propose one such grouping of texts. This Landmark volume is the cornerstone resource for new Writing Program Administrators and graduate students seeking an ever-important overview of the literature on Writing Program Administration. Drawing broadly across scholarship in writing programs and writing centers, Ritter and Ianetta work to historicize, theorize, and problematize the ever-shifting answers offered to the question: Who¿or what¿is a WPA?

The Allyn Bacon Sourcebook for Writing Program Administrators

The Allyn & Bacon Sourcebook for Writing Program Administrators offers essential advice for the novice, the experienced, or the returning Writing Program Administrator.

Author: Irene Ward

Publisher: Longman Publishing Group

ISBN: UOM:39015049624599

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 400

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The Allyn & Bacon Sourcebook for Writing Program Administrators offers essential advice for the novice, the experienced, or the returning Writing Program Administrator. Provides eleven original works by nationally known writing program directors plus reprints of ground-breaking articles from journals like ADE Bulletin, College English and WPA: Writing Program Administrator. Many of the chapters have extensive bibliographies and help with such issues as teacher training and professional development, curriculum and assessment, and promotion and professional issues. Other chapters are focused on advice for planning a career and flourishing as an administrator. An extensive section of appendices collects the major professional statements pertaining to writing program administration: including statements about standards for teaching, working conditions, and much more. For anyone interested in writing program administration.

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Sheila Carter-Tod

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ISBN: 1643172689

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; WPA and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and WPA work; and projects that enhance WPA work with diverse stakeholders. SPECIAL ISSUE: BLACK LIVES MATTER AND ANTI-RACIST PROJECTS IN WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Lori Ostergaard

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ISBN: 1643172549

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Page: 130

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; WPA and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and WPA work; and projects that enhance WPA work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 44.2 (Spring 2021): From the Editors: Taking Action by Jacob Babb, Lori Ostergaard, and Jim Nugent ESSAYS A Heuristic to Promote Inclusive and Equitable Teaching in Writing Programs by Julia Voss, Meghan A. Sweeney, and Tricia Serviss Writing Program Administration and the Title IX Controversy: Disability Theory, Agency, and Mandatory Reporting by Tara Wood Programmatic Mapping as a Problem-Solving Tool for WPAs by Laurie A. Pinkert and Kristen R. Moore Arriving with Credit: A Study of 200-Level Writers and the Question of Equivalency by Debbie Minter and Shari J. Stenberg REVIEW ESSAYS Does the Universe Tilt to the Side of Linguistic Justice? When, Where, and How? by Staci M. Perryman-Clark Labor-Based Grading Contracts: Cultivating a Writing Classroom Ecology of Equity, Inclusion, and Compassion by Norma Palomino (Re)Considering the Past, Present, and Future of Threshold Concepts by Emily Jo Schwaller

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Council Writing Program Administrators

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ISBN: 1602352313

Category: Education

Page: 194

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; wpa and writing program histories and contexts; wac / ecac / wid and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and wpa work; and projects that enhance wpa work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 34.2: From the Editors "Addressing Instructor Ambivalence about Peer Review and Self-Assessment" by Pamela Bedore and Brian O'Sullivan "Troubling the Boundaries: (De)Constructing WPA Identities at the Intersections of Race and Gender" by Collin Lamont Craig and Staci Maree Perryman-Clark "Lessons about Writing to Learn from a University-High School Partnership" by Bradley Peters "Cohorts, Grading, and Ethos: Listening to TAs Enhances Teacher Preparation" Amy Rupiper Taggart and Margaret Lowry "WPAs Respond to "A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality" "Response to "A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality" by Sue Doe "Fostering Teacher Quality through Cultures of Professionalism" by Claire Coleman Lamonica "Response to "A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality" by Mike Palmquist "Crabgrass and Gumbo: Interviews with 2011 WPA Conference Local Hosts about the Place of Writing Programs at their Home Institutions" by Shirley K Rose, Irwin Peckham, and James C. McDonald REVIEW ESSAYS: "What Is Real College Writing? Let the Disagreement Never End" by Peter Elbow "Reinventing Writing Assessment: How the Conversation Is Shifting" by William Condon Contributors

A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators

Influenced by Erika Lindemann’s A Rhetoric for Writing Teachers, A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators delineates the major issues and questions in the field of writing program administration and provides readers new to that field ...

Author: Rita Malenczyk

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602354357

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 471

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Influenced by Erika Lindemann’s A Rhetoric for Writing Teachers, A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators delineates the major issues and questions in the field of writing program administration and provides readers new to that field with theoretical lenses through which to view those issues and questions. In brief and direct though not oversimplified chapters, A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators explains the historical and theoretical background of such concepts as “academic freedom,” “first-year composition,” “basic writing,” “writing across the curriculum,” “placement,” “ESL,” “general education,” and “transfer. ” Its thirty-nine contributors are seasoned writing program and center administrators who, in a range of voices, map the discipline of writing program administration and guide readers toward finding their own answers to solving problems at their own institutions.

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Council Writing Program Administrators

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ISBN: 1602356092

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 184

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; wpa and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and wpa work; and projects that enhance wpa work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 38.1 (Fall 2014): From the Editors People of Color Caucus Statement "Social Contexts of Writing Assessment: Toward an Ecological Construct of the Rater" by Dylan B. Dryer and Irvin Peckham "Thinking Liminally: Exploring the (com)Promising Positions of the Liminal WPA" by Talinn Phillips, Paul Shovlin, and Megan Titus "Understanding Why Linked Courses Can Succeed with Students but Fail with Institutions" by Ann C. Dean "Relentless Engagement with State Educational Policy Reform: Collaborating to Change the Writing Placement Conversation" by Heidi Estrem, Dawn Shepherd, and Lloyd Duman "Revising FYC Outcomes for a Multimodal, Digitally Composed World: The WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition (Version 3.0)" by Dylan B. Dryer, Darsie Bowden, Beth Brunk-Chavez, Susanmarie Harrington, Bump Halbritter, and Kathleen Blake Yancey for the WPA Outcomes Statement Revision Task Force "WPA Outcomes Statement for First-Year Composition" Review Essay: Writing in Digital Environments: Everything Old Is New Again by Norbert Elliot CWPA 2015 Call for Proposals: Sustainable Writing/Program/Administrators

Writing Program Administration at Small Liberal Arts Colleges

WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AT SMALL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES presents an empirical study of the writing programs at one hundred small, private liberal arts colleges.

Author: Jill M. Gladstein

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602353077

Category: Education

Page: 290

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WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AT SMALL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES presents an empirical study of the writing programs at one hundred small, private liberal arts colleges. Jill M. Gladstein and Dara Rossman Regaignon provide detailed information about a type of writing program not often highlighted in the scholarly record and offer a model for such national, multi-institutional research.

The Promise and Perils of Writing Program Administration

Combining formal quantitative research with narrative-based scholarship, THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION represents multiple voices from faculty balancing between the demands of teaching, writing, and administering ...

Author: Theresa Enos

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602350526

Category: Education

Page: 372

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Combining formal quantitative research with narrative-based scholarship, THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION represents multiple voices from faculty balancing between the demands of teaching, writing, and administering writing programs in professional, ethical ways-often under circumstances that can be defined, at best, as difficult. In these pages, junior faculty tell their stories of triumph and trauma, while more firmly established composition scholars reflect upon the changing and challenging profession we all share.

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Exploring Writing Program Cross-Campus Partnerships" by Marie Paretti, Lisa McNair, Kelly Belanger, and Diana George "Twenty More Years in the WPA's Progress" by Jonikka Charlton and Shirley K Rose Review of Kelly Ritter's Before ...

Author: Writing Program Administrators Council

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ISBN: 1602351341

Category: Education

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include the education and support of writing teachers; the intellectual and administrative work of WPAs; the situation of writing programs, within both academic institutions and broader contexts; the programmatic implications of current theories, technologies, and research; relationships between WPAs and other administrators, between writing and other academic programs, and among high school, two-year, and four-year college writing programs; placement; assessment; and the professional status of WPAs. The journal is published twice per year: fall/winter and spring. CONTENTS OF WPA 33.1-2 (Fall/Winter 2009): From the Editors "Exploring Options for Students at the Boundaries of the "At-Risk" Designation" by Stuart Blythe, Rachelle Darabi, Barbara Simon Kirkwood, and William Baden "What Do WPAs Need to Know about Writing Assessment? An Immodest Proposal" by Chris W. Gallagher "Pedagogical Memory: Writing, Mapping, Translating" by Susan C. Jarratt, Katherine Mack, Alexandra Sartor, and Shevaun E. Watson "Reformist Possibilities? Exploring Writing Program Cross-Campus Partnerships" by Marie Paretti, Lisa McNair, Kelly Belanger, and Diana George "Twenty More Years in the WPA's Progress" by Jonikka Charlton and Shirley K Rose Review of Kelly Ritter's Before Shaughnessy: Basic Writing at Yale and Harvard, 1920-1960 by Gregory R. Glau "Power, Fear, and the Life of the Junior WPA: Directions for New Conversations," a Review by Susan Meyers of Untenured Faculty as Writing Program Administrators: Institutional Practices and Politics edited by Debra Frank Dew and Alice Horning and The Promise and Perils of Writing Program Administration edited by Theresa Enos and Shane Borrowman "A Symposium on Diversity and the Intellectual Work of WPAs"-" Literacy and Diversity: A Provocation" by Jonathan Alexander and "Embracing Linguistic Diversity in the Intellectual Work of WPAs" by Paul Kei Matsuda Contributors

The Things We Carry

Particularly timely, this collection considers how writing program administrators work when their schools or regions experience crisis situations.

Author: Courtney Adams Wooten

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781646420001

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 344

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Emotional labor is not adequately talked about or addressed by writing program administrators. The Things We Carry makes this often-invisible labor visible, demonstrates a variety of practical strategies to navigate it reflectively, and opens a path for further research. Particularly timely, this collection considers how writing program administrators work when their schools or regions experience crisis situations. The book is broken into three sections: one emphasizing the WPA’s own work identity, one on fostering community in writing programs, and one on balancing the professional and personal. Chapters written by a diverse range of authors in different institutional and WPA contexts examine the roles of WPAs in traumatic events, such as mass shootings and natural disasters, as well as the emotional labor WPAs perform on a daily basis, such as working with students who have been sexually assaulted or endured racist, sexist, homophobic, and otherwise disenfranchising interactions on campus. The central thread in this collection focuses on “preserving” by acknowledging that emotions are neither good nor bad and that they must be continually reflected upon as WPAs consider what to do with emotional labor and how to respond. Ultimately, this book argues for more visibility of the emotional labor WPAs perform and for WPAs to care for themselves even as they care for others. The Things We Carry extends conversations about WPA emotional labor and offers concrete and useful strategies for administrators working in both a large range of traumatic events as well as daily situations that require tactical work to preserve their sense of self and balance. It will be invaluable to writing program administrators specifically and of interest to other types of administrators as well as scholars in rhetoric and composition who are interested in emotion more broadly.

Writing Program Administration

Description This reference guide provides a comprehensive review of the literature on all the issues, responsibilities, and opportunities that writing program administrators need to understand, manage, and enact, including budgets, ...

Author: Susan H. McLeod

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ISBN: 1602350086

Category: Education

Page: 161

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Description This reference guide provides a comprehensive review of the literature on all the issues, responsibilities, and opportunities that writing program administrators need to understand, manage, and enact, including budgets, personnel, curriculum, assessment, teacher training and supervision, and more. Writing Program Administration also provides the first comprehensive history of writing program administration in U.S. higher education. Writing Program Administration includes a helpful glossary of terms and an annotated bibliography for further reading. Written by a WPA who has also served in other administrative positions (department chair and associate dean), the book takes a broad perspective on the work of the WPA. It is an indispensable guide for experienced and new writing program administrators alike. Students new to the study of writing program administration will find it to be their essential guide to its history and to their own professionalization. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Susan H. McLeod is Professor of Writing and Director of the Writing Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She has published widely on writing across the curriculum and composition. Her most recent book is Composing a Community: A History of Writing Across the Curriculum (Parlor Press, 2006), which she edited with Margot Soven.

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CONTENTS OF WPA 38.2 (Spring 2015): Letter from the Editors Letter from the Book Review Editors "Singing Wonderfully" Remembering the Scholarship of Linda Bergmann by Lauren Fitzgerald, Rita Malenczyk, and Kelly Ritter Disabling Writing ...

Author: Council Writing Program Administrators

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ISBN: 1602357099

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; wpa and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and wpa work; and projects that enhance wpa work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 38.2 (Spring 2015): Letter from the Editors Letter from the Book Review Editors "Singing Wonderfully" Remembering the Scholarship of Linda Bergmann by Lauren Fitzgerald, Rita Malenczyk, and Kelly Ritter Disabling Writing Program Administration by Amy Vidali How Do Dual Credit Students Perform on College Writing Tasks After They Arrive on Campus? Empirical Data from a Large-Scale Study by Kristine Hansen, Brian Jackson, Brett C. McInelly, & Dennis Eggett Making the Most of Networked Communication in Writing Program Assessment by Sonya Lancaster, Heather Bastian, Justin Ross Sevenker, & E.A. Williams; Making Space for Service Learning in First-Year Composition by Thomas Sura. PLENARY ADDRESSES The WPA as Worker: What Would John Ruskin Say? What Would My Dad? by Douglas D. Hesse Absence and Action: Making Visible WPA Work by Melissa Ianetta Writing Program Faculty and Administrators as Public Intellectuals: Opportunities and Challenges by Duane Roen. TRAVELOGUE Imperative as a River: Interview with Heidi Estrem by Shirley K Rose REVIEWS Looking at Language to Learn about Race and Racism by Asao B. Inoue Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make by Irvin Peckham Twelve Teachers Teaching by Jessica Nastal-Dema Reconsidering Content in First-Year Composition: A Study of "Teaching for Transfer" by Mary Jo Reiff

Writing Program Administration at Small Liberal Arts Colleges

WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AT SMALL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES presents an empirical study of the writing programs at one hundred small, private liberal arts colleges.

Author: Jill M. Gladstein

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602353060

Category: Education

Page: 290

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WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AT SMALL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES presents an empirical study of the writing programs at one hundred small, private liberal arts colleges. Jill M. Gladstein and Dara Rossman Regaignon provide detailed information about a type of writing program not often highlighted in the scholarly record and offer a model for such national, multi-institutional research.

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WPA publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

Author: Lori Ostergaard

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ISBN: 1643171151

Category: Education

Page: 156

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WPA publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs.

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CONTENTS OF WPA 40.3 (Summer 2017): SPECIAL ISSUE: ABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY Letter from the Editor, Kathleen M. Hunzer ARTICLES: Ma(r)king a Difference: Challenging Ableist Assumptions in Writing Program Policies, Melissa Nicolas Toward ...

Author: Council Writing Program Administrators

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ISBN: 1602359644

Category: Education

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WPA: WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION publishes articles and essays concerning the organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university writing programs. Possible topics include writing faculty education, training, and professional development; writing program creation and design the development of rhetoric and writing curricula; writing assessment within programmatic contexts advocacy and institutional critique and change; writing programs and their extra-institutional relationships with writing's publics; technology and the delivery of writing instruction within programmatic contexts; wpa and writing program histories and contexts; WAC / ECAC / WID and their intersections with writing programs; the theory and philosophy of writing program administration issues of professional advancement and wpa work; and projects that enhance wpa work with diverse stakeholders. CONTENTS OF WPA 40.3 (Summer 2017): SPECIAL ISSUE: ABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY - Letter from the Editor, Kathleen M. Hunzer - ARTICLES: Ma(r)king a Difference: Challenging Ableist Assumptions in Writing Program Policies, Melissa Nicolas - Toward Inclusive and Multi-Method Writing Assessment for College Students with Learning Disabilities: The (Universal) Story of Max, Steven J. Corbett - Failures to Accommodate: GTA Preparation as a Site for a Transformative Culture of Access, Casie J. Fedukovich and Tracy Ann Morse - Saying No to the Checklist: Shifting from an Ideology of Normalcy to an Ideology of Inclusion in Online Writing Instruction, Sushil K. Oswal and Lisa Meloncon - Kindness in the Writing Classroom: Accommodations for All Students, Kelly A. Shea - REVIEWS: Developing Inclusive and Accessible Online Writing Instruction: Supporting OWI Principle 1, Brenta Blevins - Rereading and Retelling Rhetoric's Embodied Stories, Ella R. Browning - Toward an Interpretive Framework for Access in Writing Programs, Annika Konrad - Centering Madness in the Academe: Supporting and Learning from Mental Disability, Elisabeth L. Miller - Making Space to Engage Difference in the Classroom, Kelly A. Whitney