Given the drumbeat about the need for assessment, we’re asking for your thoughts on Neal Lerner’s “Counting Beans and Making Beans Count,” Vol. 22.1 (September 1997), and if appropriate to what is on your mind, also his later “Choosing Beans Wisely” Vol. 26.1 (September, 2001). Both articles are available in the open access Archives on the WLN website. We look forward to reading your thoughts about this topic and sharing them with other WLN readers.

Please send your reflection through the Submission section on our website.

Other Reflection Opportunities

As part of our 40th anniversary celebration of the Writing Lab Newsletter (scheduled to become WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship with the beginning of Vol. 40 in Sept.), we also extend a broader invitation for you to reflect on an article that has appeared at some point during all those years. How has some particular article influenced writing center scholarship and work? How has this topic changed directions since the time in which it was written? Why? What relevance does the article have?

Send suggestions for future reflections to Muriel Harris. We recommend that reflections be limited to about 200 words, and we will notify you in advance as to whether your response will be published. Deadline for submitting your reflection: April 13, 2015.

In the meantime, looking forward to your thoughts on counting beans,
Mickey
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Muriel Harris
Professor Emerita of English
Writing Lab Director (retired)
Writing Lab Newsletter, Editor
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  1. […] week out from the deadline to reflect on Neal Lerner’s seminal WLN article, “Counting Beans and Making Beans Count,” the original author shares a few of […]

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