The Allyn & Bacon Sourcebook for Writing Program Administrators

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Irene Ward, William James Carpenter
Longman, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 400 pages
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The Allyn & Bacon Sourcebook for Writing Program Administrators offers essential advice for the novice, the experienced, or the returning Writing Program Administrator. Provides eleven original works by nationally known writing program directors plus reprints of ground-breaking articles from journals like ADE Bulletin, College English and WPA: Writing Program Administrator. Many of the chapters have extensive bibliographies and help with such issues as teacher training and professional development, curriculum and assessment, and promotion and professional issues. Other chapters are focused on advice for planning a career and flourishing as an administrator. An extensive section of appendices collects the major professional statements pertaining to writing program administration: including statements about standards for teaching, working conditions, and much more. For anyone interested in writing program administration.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Writing Program in the University
23
Working Outside of English
38
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

William J. Carpenter is an Enterprise Content Management Architect with IBM in the Seattle, Washington, area. He has experience in the Enterprise Content Management business since 1998, as a developer, development manager, and architect. He is co-author of the books IBM FileNet Content Manager Implementation Best Practices and Recommendations and Developing Applications with IBM FileNet P8 APIs, is a Contributing Author on IBM developerWorks, and is a frequent conference presenter. He has experience in building large software systems at Fortune 50 companies and has also served as the CTO of an Internet startup. He has been a frequent mailing list and patch contributor to several open source projects. He holds degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.

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