Before and After the Tutorial: Writing Centers and Institutional Relationships (Research and Teaching in Rhetoric and Composition)

Nicholas Mauriello, William Macauley, Jr., Robert Koch
Few would disagree that the tutorial is the central act of our writing centers. As Writing Center Administrators we take pride in the number of student-contact hours that we log each year. But what happens before and after the writing tutorial? What institutional relationships have we developed to help ensure not only that students continue to seek our services, but that faculty, administration, and the local community are aware of what we do? How do we craft our relationships with these various constituencies toward sustainability in our work? With each relationship comes a different set of dynamics. This collection works to describe essential writing center relationships that have developed, to understand unique current writing center relationships, and to consider possible important future relationships


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