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Volume 27, 2016

A National Journal for Writing Across the Curriculum

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Jill Gladstein: A Data-Driven Researcher, Carol Rutz

Engaging the Skeptics: Threshold Concepts, Metadisciplinary Writing, and the Aspirations of General Education, Christopher Basgier

"Quantitative Genre Analysis of Undergraduate Theses: Uncovering Different Ways of Writing and Thinking in Science Disciplines, Jason E. Dowd, Robert J. Thompson, Jr., and Julie A. Reynolds

Investigating the Ontology of WAC/WID Relationships: A Gender-Based Analysis of Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration among Faculty, Sandra L. Tarabochia

Inviting Students to Determine for Themselves What It Means to Write Across the Disciplines, Brian Hendrickson and Genevieve Garcia de Mueller

Stories and Explanations in the Introductory Calculus Classroom: A Study of WTL as a Teaching and Learning Intervention, Sue Doe, Mary E. Pilgrim, and Jessica Gehrtz

Of Evolutions and Mutations: Assessment as Tactics for Action in WAC Partnerships, Fernando Sánchez and Daniel Kenzie

Community College STEM Faculty Views on the Value of Writing Assignments, Kostas D. Stroumbakis, Namjong Moh, and Dimitrios Kokkinos

Review of Toward a New Rhetoric of Difference, Travis Grandy

Review of Working with Faculty Writers, Mary Hedengren


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