Bibliography

Publications from the PWTARP Team

Gillespie, Paula, Bradley Hughes, and Harvey Kail. “Nothing Marginal About This Writing Center Experience: Using Research About Peer Tutor Alumni to Educate Others.” Marginal Words, Marginal Work: Tutoring the Academy in the Work of Writing Centers. Ed. William J. Macauley, Jr., and Nicholas Mauriello. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton P, 2007. 35-52. Print.

Hughes, Bradley, Paula Gillespie, and Harvey Kail.  “What They Take with Them: Findings from the Peer Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project.”  The Writing Center Journal 30.2 (2010): 12-46.  Print.

Kail, Harvey, Paula Gillespie, and Bradley Hughes. “The Peer Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project: An Invitation to Research.” Writing at the Center: Proceedings of the 2004 Thomas R. Watson Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 7-9 October 2004. Ed. Jo Ann Griffin, Carol Mattingly, and Michele Eodice. Emmitsburg, MD: IWCA Press, 2007. 291-312. CD-ROM.

Kail, Harvey, Paula Gillespie, and Bradley Hughes. The Peer Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project, 2015. Web. 8 July 2015.

Harvey, Brad, and Paula at a conference somewhere

Harvey, Brad, and Paula at a conference somewhere

Publications about Tutor Alumni Research and Tutor Learning

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Alsup, Janet, Tammy Conard-Salvo, and Scott J. Peters. “Tutoring Is Real: The Benefits of the Peer Tutor Experience for Future English Educators.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 8.2 (Spring 2008): 327-347. Web. 20 June 2014.

Anderson, James E., Ellen M. Bommarito, and Laura Seijaas. “Writing Center Tutors Speak Out: An Argument for Peer Tutoring as Teacher Training.” Improving Writing Skills. Ed. Thomas Hawkins and Phyllis Brooks. New Directions for College Learning Assistance. 3. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1981. 35-37. Print.

Annis, Linda F.  “The Processes and Effects of Peer Tutoring.”  Human Learning: Journal of Practical Research and Applications 2.1 (1983): 39-47. Print.

Bastian, Heather, and Lindsey Harkness. “When Peer Tutors Write about Writing: Literacy Narratives and Self Reflection.” Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric 1 (2003): 101-24. Web. 23 April 2014.

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Bergmann, Linda. “Writing Centers and Cross-Curricular Literacy Programs as Models for Faculty Development.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 8.3 (2008): 523-36. Print.

Boquet, Elizabeth H. ”’Our Little Secret’: A History of Writing Centers, Pre- to Post-Open Admissions.” College Composition and Communication 50.3 (1999): 463-82. Print.

Brown, Teri. “It Pays to Be an RA.” It’s All Rhetoric . Ed. Joyce Kinkead. Logan: Utah State University, 1999. 6-7. Print.

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Bruffee, Kenneth A. “The Brooklyn Plan: Attaining Intellectual Growth through Peer-Group Tutoring.” Liberal Education 64 (1978): 447-68. Print.

—. “What Being a Writing Peer Tutor Can Do for You.” The Writing Center Journal 28.2 (2008): 5-10. Print.

Clark, Irene Lukis. “Preparing Future Composition Teachers in the Writing Center.” College Composition and Communication 38.3 (1988): 347-50. Print.

Collins, James L. “Training Teachers of Basic Writing in the Writing Laboratory.”  College Composition and Communication 33 (1982): 426-33.  Print.

Cox, Earnest. “Coming Home: A Writing Center Staffer’s Personal and Professional Journey.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 29.4 (2004): 1-4. Print.

Denton, Thomas. “Peer Tutors’ Evaluations of the Tutor Training Course and the Tutoring Experience: A Questionnaire.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 18.3 (1993): 14-16. Print.

Dinitz, Sue, and Jean Kiedaisch. “Tutoring Writing as Career Development.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 34.3 (2009): 1-5. Print.

Douglas, Michele. “Justification for Writing Centers and Tutor Training.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 27.5 (2003): 14-15. Print.

Elchinoff, Alexandra, and Caroline Kowalski.  “The Tutors Speak: Current and Former Tutors’ Reflections.”  The Successful High School Writing Center.  Ed. Dawn Fels and Jennifer Wells.  New York: Teachers College P, 2011.  62-78.  Print.

Franklin, John T. Ikeda, David Ferlo, Kate Mayo, and Christy Wood.  “English Education Within and Beyond the Writing Center.”  The Writing Lab Newsletter 24.8 (2000): 10-13.  Print.

Gerald, Amy S. “Back to the Center: A Former Tutor Reflects.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 33.8 (2009): 11-13, 10. Print.

Gillam, Alice.  “Collaborative Learning Theory and Peer Tutoring Practice.”  Intersections: Theory-Practice in the Writing Center.  Ed. Joan A. Mullin and Ray Wallace.  Urbana: NCTE, 1994.  39-52.  Print.

Gillespie, Paula, Bradley Hughes, and Harvey Kail. “Nothing Marginal About This Writing Center Experience: Using Research About Peer Tutor Alumni to Educate Others.” Marginal Words, Marginal Work: Tutoring the Academy in the Work of Writing Centers. Ed. William J. Macauley, Jr., and Nicholas Mauriello. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton P, 2007. 35-52. Print.

Gillespie, Paula, and Neal Lerner. The Longman Guide to Peer Tutoring. 2nd ed. New York: Longman, 2008. Print.

Gradbow, Kate.  “Teachers as Writing Center Tutors: Release from the Red Pen.”  The Writing Lab Newsletter 14.4 (1989): 13-15.  Print.

Hammerbacher, Maggie, Jodi Phillips, and Shannon Tucker. “The Road Less Traveled: English Education Majors Applying Practice and Pedagogy.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 30.8 (2006): 14-16, 9. Print.

Harris, Muriel. “Peer Tutoring: How Tutors Learn.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 15.1 (1988): 28-33. Print.

—. “’What Would You Like to Work on Today?’ The Writing Center as a Site for Teacher Training.” Preparing College Teachers of Writing: Histories, Theories, Programs, Practices. Ed. Betty P. Pytlik and Sarah Liggett. New York: Oxford UP, 2002. 194-207. Print.

Hughes, Bradley, Paula Gillespie, and Harvey Kail.  “What They Take with Them: Findings from the Peer Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project.”  The Writing Center Journal 30.2 (2010): 12-46.  Print.

Isaacs, Emily, and Ellen Kolba. “Mutual Benefits: Pre-Service Teachers and Public School Students in the Writing Center.” The Writing Center Journal 29.2 (2009): 52-74. Print.

Jacoby, Jay, and Stan Patten.  “Changing the Way We Teach: The Role of the Writing Center in Professional Development; Or, the Virtue of Selfishness.”  The Writing Center: New Directions.  Ed. Ray Wallace and Jeanne Simpson.  New York: Garland, 1991.  157-68.  Print.

Johnson-Shull, Lisa.  “Tutor’s Column: Teaching Assistants Learn Teaching Tips by Tutoring.”  The Writing Lab Newsletter 18.9 (1993): 13.  Print.

Kail, Harvey, Paula Gillespie, and Bradley Hughes. “The Peer Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project: An Invitation to Research.” Writing at the Center: Proceedings of the 2004 Thomas R. Watson Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 7-9 October 2004. Ed. Jo Ann Griffin, Carol Mattingly, and Michele Eodice. Emmitsburg, MD: IWCA Press, 2007. 291-312. CD-ROM.

Kail, Harvey, Paula Gillespie, and Bradley Hughes. The Peer Writing Tutor Alumni Research Project, 2015. Web. 8 July 2015.

Kedia, Soma. “Everything I Needed to Know about Life I Learned at the Writing Center.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 31.7 (2007): 13-15. Print.

Kent, Richard. A Guide to Creating Student-Staffed Writing Centers: Grades 6-12. New York: Peter Lang, 2006. Print.

Lerner, Neal. “Writing Center Assessment: Searching for the Proof of Our Effectiveness.” The Center Will Hold: Critical Perspectives on Writing Center Scholarship. Ed. Michael A. Pemberton and Joyce Kinkead. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2003. 58-73. Print.

Lewanika, Thokozile, and Arlene Archer. “Communities of Practice.” Changing Spaces: Writing Centres and Access to Higher Education. Ed. Arlene Archer and Rose Richards. Stellenbosch, South Africa: SUNPReSS, 2011. 147-158. Print.

Macklin, N., C. K. Marshall, and Joe Law. “Expanding Writing Center Assessment: Including Tutor Learning.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 27.1 (2002): 12-15. Print.

McGlaun, Sandee K. “Life after Tutoring.” Southern Discourse 6.2 (2003): 4-5. Print.

Moneyhun, Clyde, and Patti Hanlon-Baker.  “Tutoring Teachers.”  The Writing Lab Newsletter 36.9-10 (2012): 1-5.  Print.

Monroe, Meghan. “Reflection: How the Writing Center Rekindled My Passion and Purpose to Teach.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 31.6 (2007): 14-15. Print.

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Neulieb, Janice. “Training Potential English Teachers in the Writing Center.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 3.2 (1978): 2-3. Print.

Purdy, James P. “Taking It with You: Personal Reflections on Life ‘After’ the Writing Center.” The Dangling Modifier 10.1 (2003): n. pag. Web. 11 Mar. 2009.

Roscoe, Rod D., and Michelene T. H. Chi. “Understanding Tutor Learning: Knowledge-Building and Knowledge-Telling in Peer Tutors’ Explanations and Questions.” Review of Educational Research 77 (2007): 534-574. Print.

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Schendel, Ellen, and William J. Macauley, Jr. Building Writing Center Assessments That Matter. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2012. Print.

Silver, Naomi, Carrie Luke, Lindsey Nieman, and Nicole Primo.  “From Peer Tutors to Writing Center Colleagues.”  Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 7.1 (2009): n. pag.  Web.  1 May 2013.

Stukenberg, Jill. “Tutors’ Column: Never Say ‘No.’” The Writing Lab Newsletter 25.10 (2001): 8-9. Print.

Welsch, Kathleen. “Shaping Careers in the Writing Center.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 32.8 (2008): 1-8. Print.

Whalen, Lisa. “Putting Your Writing Center Experience to Work.” The Writing Lab Newsletter 29.9 (2005): 9-10. Print.

Wilson, Susan.  “The Role Becomes Them: Examining Communication Center Alumni Experiences.”  Communication Centers and Oral Communication Programs in Higher Education: Advantages, Challenges, and New Directions.  Ed. Eunkyong L. Yook and Wendy Atkins-Sayre.  Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2012.  55-67.  Print.

Wingate, Molly. “Writing Centers as Sites of Academic Culture.” The Writing Center Journal 21.2 (2001): 7-20. Print.

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