The WAC Clearinghouse

Volume 13, June 2002

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Editor's Introduction

WAC Assessment

WAC for the Long Haul: A Tale of Hope, by Carol Rutz, Clara Shaw Hardy, William Condon

You Write What You Know: Writing, Learning, and Student Construction of Knowledge, by Lisa Rose, Rachel Theilheimer

WAC and Faculty Development

Strange Resistances, by Patricia Donahue

WAC Program Experiences

(Re-)establishing a WAC Community: Writing in New Contexts at Governors State University, by Eric V. Martin

WAC Techniques and Applications

"I received your letter about the fruit flies...": Interdisciplinary Scientific Correspondence as a Means of Transforming the Laboratory Experience, by Susan Manahan, Tom English

Establishing Author-Editor Interdisciplinary Learning Communities, by Donna A. Gessell, Irene Kokkala

Scaffolding Writing Skills for ESL Students in an Education Class at a Community College, by Diane D'Alessio, Margaret Riley

Writing in the Age of Technology: Plundering Art for Ideas about Writing, by Cara Murray

WAC and Writing Theory

Teaching Audience Post-Process: Recognizing the Complexity of Audiences in Disciplinary Contexts, by Mary Jo Reiff

WAC and Writing Centers

How a Writing Tutor Can Help When Unfamiliar with the Content: A Case Study, by Kate Chanock


A Writing-to-Learn Approach to Writing in the Discipline in the Introductory Linguistics Classroom, by Peter R. Petrucci

Notes on Contributors

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