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Finding Ideas for Scholarship In Everyday Writing Center Work - Shared screen with speaker view
Maria Conti Maravillas
49:38
What topics do you feel are rarely explored in WLN submissions?
Neecee Matthews-Bradshaw
52:55
If institutions at large are already involved in some kind of assessment, is IRB required to work with the data that is already being collected?
Kristi Girdharry
53:56
If you do have a “unique” idea (or something you’ve had a hard time finding scholarship on), would it be appropriate to query the editors on your idea or just try submitting it..?
Jenny Goransson
01:03:20
At what stage have you found it helpful to present at a conference: after an article is written? while still analyzing your data?
Jenny Goransson
01:10:07
Do you typically submit an article to only one publication at a time?
Elizabeth Kleinfeld
01:18:53
In 2015-2016 and 2014-2015, WLN accepted 12% of submitted manuscripts for publication.
Elizabeth Kleinfeld
01:19:35
In 2015-2016 and 2014-2015, WLN accepted 12% of submitted manuscripts for publication.
Jenny Goransson
01:21:23
I am researching directors' opinions on "peer tutoring centers" versus writing centers, and how tutors' experiences are affected
Jenny Goransson
01:22:15
In my initial research, I have had trouble finding literature on that. Any tips?
Amanda Warren
01:22:29
I am working to create a survey on faculty perceptions of writing center offerings, and I am working to get IRB approval to conduct the survey.
Neecee Matthews-Bradshaw
01:22:35
We have been using self-assessment to place students in freshman comp, and I'm curious about whether this correlates with more students opting to use writing center support.
Jenny Goransson
01:23:32
I will check out the Webinar 1 - thanks for the tip!
Amanda Warren
01:27:17
I am hoping to find some cross-institutional collaborators at the IWCA/NCPTW conference.
Trish Harris
01:29:14
Thank you so much for offering this webinar.
Kristi Girdharry
01:29:20
Thank you!
Jenny Goransson
01:29:26
This has been wonderful!
Neecee Matthews-Bradshaw
01:29:28
Thank you so much for doing this!
Amanda Warren
01:29:28
This was wonderful! Thank you!
Maria Conti Maravillas
01:29:32
I really appreciate your input— thank you to all!