Table of Contents
Dana Lynn Driscoll and Bonnie Devet
PART I. THE CONTEXT—TRANSFER-FOCUSED STRUCTURES AND SUPPORT
PART II. THE WRITER—TRANSFER-FOCUSED THINKING AND DISPOSITIONS
Kathy Rose and Jillian Grauman
PART III. THE TUTOR—KNOWLEDGE OF WRITING AND TRANSFER
Heather N. Hill
Lauren Marshall Bowen and Matthew Davis
PART IV. THE TUTOR—DISPOSITIONS AND TRANSFER-FOCUSED THINKING
AND SOFT SKILLS
PART V. THE WRITING CENTER CONTEXT—TUTOR EDUCATION
About the Editors
Bonnie Devet, a professor of English at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, directs the College of Chareleston Writing Lab. She also teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in grammar, technical writing, freshman composition, advanced composition, the theory and practice of writing labs, and the teaching of composition. She has delivered numerous conference presentations and has published widely on the training of consultants as well as on teaching grammar, technical communication, and freshman composition. She has also recently been the recipient of the Southeastern Writing Center Association Achievement Award.
Dana Lynn Driscoll is a Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she directs the Kathleen Jones White Writing Center and teaches in the Composition and Applied Linguistics graduate program. Her scholarly interests include composition pedagogy, writing centers, writing transfer and writerly development, research methodologies, writing across the curriculum, and writing assessment. Her work has appeared in journals such as Writing Program Administration, Assessing Writing, Computers and Composition, Composition Forum, Writing Center Journal, and Teaching and Learning Inquiry. Her co-authored work with Sherry Wynn Perdue won the International Writing Center Association's 2012 Outstanding Article of the Year Award. She has served on the CCCC Executive Board, CCCC Research Impact Award Committee, and on numerous editorial boards in the field.
About the Digital Editor
Jialei Jiang is a Ph.D. candidate in Composition and Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she has taught first-year composition and research writing courses. Her research interests include digital rhetoric, feminist posthumanism, and multimodal composition. Her works have appeared in Computers and Composition, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, the Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics, Postdigital Science and Education, and edited collections. She also serves as a graduate fellow for Gayle Morris Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. She is currently working on a collaborative research project that explores how instructors across writing studies emphases design and deploy multimodal pedagogies for the purposes of social justice and advocacy.
Publication Information: Devet, Bonnie, and Dana Lynn Driscoll, editors. Transfer of Learning in the Writing Center: A WLN Digital Edited Collection. 2020, https://wlnjournal.org/digitaleditedcollection2/.
Web Publication Date: February 15, 2020
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