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RETHINKING WHAT TO PRESERVE AS WRITING CENTERS MOVE ONLINE

By Dr. Lisa Bell | July 20, 2020

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Rewind & Reset: A Writing Center’s Social Justice and Antiracism Statement

By |July 29th, 2020|

In this 2017 interview, CWCAB editor Brian Hotson interviewed Asao B. Inoue about the University of Washington writing center's social justice and anti-racism statement. Do you have thoughts about the interview? Let us know by commenting in this Reset/Rewind piece, or email us at writinglabnewsletterblog@gmail.com

Writing Center Wellness and Carework in Turbulent Times | Part 2

By |June 11th, 2020|

This is the second part of our interview with Dr. Genie Giaimo and Yanar Hashlamon, guest editors of WLN's January/February 2020 Special Issue on wellness and carework in writing centers. We conducted this interview to help our community think about how to cope with the socio-emotional challenges and stress of the pandemic in light of Genie and Yanar's research and work on wellness in writing center spaces. 

Writing Center Wellness and Carework in Turbulent Times | Part 1

By |May 27th, 2020|

Given our Covid-19 reality and the many ways in which this new reality has upended our personal, social, and professional lives, we invited Dr. Genie Giaimo and Yanar Hashlamon, guest editors of WLN’s January /February 2020 Special Issue on wellness and care-work in writing centers, to share their insights and advice on how we might navigate and think about this new terrain. We should also note (with enthusiasm!)  that Dr. Giaimo is editing WLN’s third Digital Edited Collection on the same theme, which will be published by early 2021. This is part 1 of the interview.

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Inspiring Resilience

Timoteo ‘Tim’ Pereira Neeves, Peer Tutor at Haigazian University Writing Center.

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