About KCharron

I earned my MA in Rhetoric and Composition Studies in 2005. I am currently in the Providence, RI area, where I am an Instructor in the English Department at the Community College of Rhode Island. I am also a Feature Editor for Academic Exchange Quarterly.

Winter 2014 Call for Papers: AEQ

The Winter 2014 (Vol. 18, Iss. 4) Issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly, an independent double-blind-peer-reviewed print journal, is now accepting submissions for its special section on Writing Center Theory and Practice.  Articles may explore issues of theory, practice, and experience in writing center work, including qualitative and empirical studies and discussions of pedagogy.

Articles may also consider the following: How writing center professionals cope with change and the eventuality of needing to expand their efforts in response to new economic and demographic challenges.  Furthermore, as we move towards increasingly virtual and technologically dependent learning communities, how can these efforts help meet the evolving demands of our students?

In addition to Writing Center Directors and other Administrators, submissions are welcome from professional staff, faculty tutors, and graduate students who work in the writing center.  Manuscript length should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words.  Please identify your submission with the keyword “Center-2.”

Every published article automatically qualifies for inclusion in the upcoming Sound Instruction Book Writing Center Theory and Practice.

Submissions will be accepted now until the end of August; however, early submissions are encouraged!

For more information, please visit http://www.rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/center2.htm, or email Feature Editor and Sound Instruction Book Editor Kellie Charron at kajr10@comcast.net.

Reminder: Deadline for Winter AEQ Issue Approaching!

The Deadline for submissions to the Winter 2013 Issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly is the end of August!

Articles for the Special Section on Writing Center Theory and Practice may explore issues of theory, practice, and experience in writing center work, including qualitative and empirical studies and discussions of pedagogy. 

For more information, please visit http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/center2.htm.

Call for Papers: Winter 2013 Issue of AEQ

Hi All!

It is that time of the year again.

The Winter 2013 Issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly, an independent double-blind-peer-reviewed print journal, is now accepting submissions for its special section on Writing Center Theory and Practice.  Articles may explore issues of theory, practice, and experience in writing center work, including qualitative and empirical studies and discussions of pedagogy.

Articles may also consider the following: How writing center professionals cope with change and the eventuality of needing to expand their efforts in response to new economic and demographic challenges.  Furthermore, as we move towards increasingly virtual and technologically dependent learning communities, how can these efforts help meet the evolving demands of our students?

In addition to Writing Center Directors and other Administrators, submissions are welcome from professional staff, faculty tutors, and graduate students who work in the writing center.  Manuscript length should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words.  Please identify your submission with the keyword “Center-2.”

Submissions will be accepted now until the end of August; however, early submissions are encouraged as they offer the following incentives:

–   longer time for revision

–   opportunity to be considered for Editor’s Choice

–   eligibility to have article’s abstract and/or full text posted on journal’s main webpage

–   opportunity to be considered for inclusion in Sound Instruction Series

 

For more information, please visit http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/center2.htm.

Thank you!

CFP: Winter 2012 AEQ

Hello All!

The Winter 2012 Issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly is still accepting submissions until the end of August for its special section on Writing Center Theory and Practice.  Articles may explore issues of theory, practice, and experience in writing center work, including qualitative and empirical studies and discussions of pedagogy.

Articles may also consider the following: How writing center professionals cope with change and the eventuality of needing to expand their efforts in response to new economic and demographic challenges.  Furthermore, as we move towards increasingly viral and technologically dependent learning communities, how can these efforts help meet the evolving demands of our students?

In addition to Writing Center Directors and other Administrators, submissions are also welcome from professional staff, faculty tutors, and graduate students who work in the writing center.  Manuscript length should be between 2,000 and 3,000 words.  Please identify your submission with the keyword “Center-2.”

For more information, please visit http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/center2.htm.

Thank you!
K Charron