The Computers & Writing Research Database
Sewell, Donna N.
Sewell, Donna N.
Taking Flight with OWLs: Examining Electronic Writing Center Work
The Spotted OWL: Online Writing Labs as Sites of Diversity, Controversy, and Identity
OWLs in Theory and Practice: A Director's Perspective
Language Learning in Networked Writing Labs: A View from Asia
The Culture of Technology in the Writing Center: Reinvigorating the Theory-Practice Debate
Theories before Practice(s): Proposing Computers for Writing Centers
Writing in the Electronic Realm: Incorporating a New Medium into the Work of the Writing Center
Emerging (Web)Sites for Writing Centers: Practicality, Usage, and Multiple Voices under Construction
Cyberspace and Sofas: Dialogic Spaces and the Making of an Online Writing Lab
Advice to the Linelorn: Crossing State Borders and the Politics of Cyberspace
The Asynchronous, Online Writing Session: A Two-Way Stab in the Dark?
The Anxieties of Distance: Online Tutors Reflect
E-mail Tutoring and Apprehensive Writers: What Research Tells Us
Synchronous Internet Tutoring: Bridging the Gap in Distance Education
The Real(Time) World: Synchronous Communications in the Online Writing Center
Putting the OO in MOO: Employing Environmental Interaction
Ethics, Plugged and Unplugged: The Pedagogy of Disorderly Conduct
Making Up Tomorrow's Agenda and Shopping Lists Today: Preparing for Future Technologies in Writing Centers
Centering in the Distance: Writing Centers, Inquiry, and Technology
The Near and Distant Futures of OWL and the Writing Center [et al.]
How Many Technoprovocateurs Does It Take to Create Interversity?
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