Academic writing consulting and WAC: methods and models for guiding cross-curricular literacy work

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Hampton Press, Jun 30, 2006 - Education - 217 pages
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This book provides theoretical models and practical methods for helping writing teachers and writing program administrators within postsecondary institutions conduct the interdisciplinary, collaborative consulting activities that are common with formal and information writing across the curriculum (WAC) programs. It specifically discusses how to conduct the day-to-day work of negotiating close working partnerships with faculty in other disciplines and is the first book length treatment to do so.

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Contents

RECONCEIVING THE INTELLECTUAL WORK
15
THE LIMITS OF COLLABORATION THEORY
31
PROFILES OF ACADEMIC WRITING CONSULTING
45
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