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Intangible and Interactive Writing Center – Peer Tutoring Scheme @ The Chinese University of Hong Kong

By |November 12th, 2021|Global Writing Center Spotlight|

We would like to thank Dr. Jose Lai for introducing us to the Peer Tutor Scheme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Check out Slow Agency Season 2 Episode with Dr. Lai and her colleague, Dr. Allen Ho to learn more about their efforts in localizing writing center praxis!

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Roundtable on Creating a Writing Centre in East Africa

By |November 8th, 2021|Theories and Practice|

In September, we brought you part one of a series by Dr. Tom Deans (University of Connecticut) in which he is documenting his experience starting a writing center at Uganda Christian University (UCU). We are excited to bring you part two in the series. To read part one, please open this link: “Another Way to Connect Across Borders: Consider a Fulbright Scholarship” For part two, Dr. Deans and UCU professors and lecturers Yvonne Birungi, Martin Kajubi, Lilian Lyavaala, Bernard Ochan, and Pamela Tumwebaze share their progress in creating the writing center.

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Introducing the HU-SO English Writing Center at Burapha University in Thailand

By |October 8th, 2021|Global Writing Center Spotlight|

The HU-SO English Writing Center at Burapha University, in Chon Buri, Thailand, was the result of one administrator’s vision, followed by a series of serendipitous coincidences.

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Episode 1 – Muriel Harris on the WLN Origin and Internationalizing Writing Centers

By |September 20th, 2021|Season 2|

In our first installment in the Season 2 of Slow Agency, we are chatting with the founder and editor in chief of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship and the CWCAB blog. Muriel Harris, or as we affectionately call her ‘Mickey’, is the brains and heart behind the journal and the blog. We are excited to have Mickey tell us about the beginnings of the blog and where she sees the writing center field evolving and internationalizing. We hope you'll enjoy it!

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Locate our international colleagues from all over the world!

It’s been a learning experience. The writing center community remains tight knit in the online space. We hold hands and provide each other emotional support. Writing camps have gone virtual for now. Let’s keep reflecting upon our collective experiences.

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