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.
"The articles in this WLN issue invite us to engage in re-thinking some perceptions that involve discarding long-held assumptions (Blake), reaffirming and expanding on results of previous research (Bleakney et al.), understanding the underlying but important implications of a standard practice (Bond), and engaging in helping writers overcome a common problem (Thoms)."
Muriel Harris, Editors
From STEM to Center: Or What I Learned from Tutoring Engineers - Brandy Ball Blake
How Course-Embedded Consultants and Faculty Perceive the Benefits of Course-Embedded Writing Consultant Programs - Julia Bleakney, Russell Carpenter, Kevin Dvorak, Paula Rosinski, and Scott Whiddon
Minding the (Gender) Gap: A Rhetorical Approach to Teaching STEMM Students about Citation Styles - Candis E. Bond
Tutors' Column: "'I'm a Terrible Writer': Helping Students Who Lack Confidence" - Ash Thoms
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