WLN News Round-Up: May 10-31

Here is some of what has been on the WLN news radar lately:

“They Say Every, I Say Any”– Maria Soriano discusses the¬†word choice she uses when talking about college-level writing¬†and the services that the writing center provides. [John Carroll University Writing Center]

“Transparency & Reflection: Why We Write Logs”– This post explains how writing appointment logs about tutoring sessions connects to the core values and beliefs of DePaul’s University Center for Writing-based Learning. [UCWbLing]

DePaul University

DePaul University

“Faking It? Reflections and Regrets from an Occasionally Insincere Writer”– A senior tutor reflects on his own writing during his college career and offers advice to other college students. [Xavier University]

“The Millennial Learners”– For those interested in teaching strategies that will be effective for millennial students, this post lays out some ideas and explains why they work. [University of Venus]

“Syracuse University students hide 155 love letters across campus for finals week”– Students from the organization Campus Cursive wrote and distributed letters across Syracuse University’s campus to help their fellow students cope with finals week. This article is a reminder that we all need to practice self-love and self-care even during busy parts of the academic year, and pass it on to others as well! [Syracuse University]