Across five issues per year and through numerous online resources, WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship promotes exchanges on challenges in tutoring theory and methodology, handling ESL issues, directing a writing center, training tutors, designing and expanding centers, and using tutorial theory and pedagogy.
"This issue wraps up volume 43 of WLN, but we'll continue through the summer to respond to queries, receive submissions, include notices of writing center conferences you send us, and discuss potential guest editor work on special issues. Wishing us all a summer in which life begins to return to normal and all the delight of being 'normal' again."
Muriel Harris, Editor
Making Assignment Prompts More Effective: Can Writing Center Tutors Help? - Erin Zimmerman & Emma Moghabghab
How Do Graduate Writing Specialists and Graduate Tutors Serve Graduate Writers' Needs Differently? A Qualitative Study of Writing Support in a Writing Center - Claire R. McMurray
Gibbs' Reflective Cycle for Writing Center Training - Bonnie Devet
Tutors' Column: "Helping Students See Themselves as Writers: Creative Writing Exercises in the Writing Center" - Annesley Anderson
CONNECTING WRITING CENTERS ACROSS BORDERS (CWCAB) is our community blog. It is a space for writing center people across the globe, especially for those who don’t have other writing center specialists nearby, to interact. [ACCESS THE BLOG]
DIGITAL EDITED COLLECTIONS (DECs) are our open access, edited collections of chapters on a particular topic, written by writing center scholars, reviewed by outside readers, and embedded with multimodal resources and documents. [MORE INFORMATION]
LATEST DEC: Transfer of Learning in the Writing Center - Edited by Bonnie Devet and Dana Lynn Driscoll
ONLINE WEBINARS allow writing center scholars to workshop in real-time with WLN editors and to discuss publishing in the academic journal. [MORE INFORMATION]
LATEST WEBINAR: Writing the Tutors' Column: From Submitting to Revising