Calls for Proposals

Working Towards the Trifecta: A WLN Special Issue on Wellness and Self-Care

April 25th, 2018|

Genie Giaimo, Ph.D., is the current Director of The Ohio State University Writing Center. Before her arrival to OSU, she was Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Centers at Bristol Community College. Her research applies RAD-based methodologies to large-scale and often systemic issues within writing center administration, such as perceptions of the writing center in open access institutions, or the impact of ordinary and extraordinary stress on writing center workers. She has published articles in peer reviewed journals such as Language and Literature, Literature and Medicine, European Journal of Life Writing and Praxis: A Writing

A Call to Reflect On Lerner’s Bean Counting

February 25th, 2015|

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

WLN: Special Issue Call–Graduate Student Support

October 20th, 2014|

  Call for Proposals:  Nov/Dec 2015 Special Issue of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship  (our name change starts with Vol. 40.1, Sept. 2015) Guest edited by • Susan Lawrence, Director, George Mason University Writing Center • Terry Zawacki, Director Emerita, George Mason University Writing Center Supporting Graduate Student Thesis and Dissertation Writers in the Writing Center  Writing centers are key participants in increasingly vigorous campus conversations focused on improving graduate student completion rates and time to degree, and the role writing might play in both. As sites of graduate writing support,

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New Book for All Graduate Students! An A to W of Academic Literacy by Curry et al.

May 5th, 2021|

The guide defines 65 common academic literacy terms and explores how they relate to genres, writing conventions, and language use. Unique to this volume are comments featuring the experiences of the graduate students who wrote the entries, comments that bring each entry to life and build a bridge to graduate student readers. Check out the flyer to receive a 30% discount.

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New Book! English Across the Curriculum: Voices from Around the World

April 14th, 2021|

Inspired by papers presented at the second international English Across the Curriculum (EAC) conference, this book provides a platform for those involved in the EAC movement to exchange insights, explore new strategies and directions, and share experiences. Free access and available in both PDF and ePub formats.

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WLN’s Newest Digital Edited Collection: Wellness and Care in Writing Center Work

February 8th, 2021|

Wellness and Care in Writing Center Work, an open-access collection edited by Genie Giaimo, offers a wide-ranging set of pedagogical and scholarly chapters on wellness explored through labor studies, social movements, anti-racism, psychology, organizational theory, critical theory, and lived experience. Access the DEC here:

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