To and From: Publications and the MSU Writing Center

Research conducted in, written about, or inspired by
The Writing Center @ MSU

Adkins-Garcia, M., et al. (2013). “Experiencing the Benefits of Different With-in Multidisciplinary Graduate Writing Groups.” In A. E. Geller & M. Eodice (Eds.), Working With Faculty Writers, (pp. 260–278). Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado. 

Baldwin, D., Brentnell, L., Dixon, E., Donelson, J., Firestone, K., & Robinson, R. (2017). “Big Happy Family.” In Constellating Stories. 2(2). Retrieved from http://thepeerreview-iwca.org/issues/relationality-si/

Brooks-Gillies, M., Garcia, E. G., Kim, S. H., Manthey, K., & Smith, T. G. (Eds.). (2015, August 25). Graduate reading and writing across the curriculum [Special Issue]. Across the Disciplines, 12. Retrieved from https:/wac.colostate.edu/atd/special/graduate

DeVoss, D. (2002). “Computer Literacies and the Roles of the Writing Center.” In P. Gillespie, et al., (Eds.), Writing Center Research: Extending the Conversation, (pp. 149–166). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Hicks, T. (2010). “Multiliteracies Across Lifetimes: Engaging K-12 Students and Teachers Through Technology Based Outreach.” In D. M. Sheridan & J. A. Inman (Eds.), Multiliteracy Centers: Writing Center Work, New Media, and Multimodal Rhetoric, (pp. 151–170). New York City, NY: Hampton Press.

Koenig, Deanna, & Smith, T. G. (2010, Dec). “Incorporating the MBTI into Tutor Training Increases Client Satisfaction with The Writing Center.” (pp. 14–20). ReCUR 1.2.

Lambert Stock, P. (1995). The Dialogic Curriculum: Teaching and learning in a Multicultural Society. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers.

Mullin, J., DeCiccio, A. C. & Duncan, C. (1997). “Reforming Education in the Land-Grant University: Contributions from a Writing Center.” In The Writing Center Journal. 18(1), 7–28.

Sheridan, D. M. (2010a). “All Things To All People: Multiliteracy Consulting and the Materiality of Rhetoric.” In D. M. Sheridan & J. A. Inman (Eds.), Multiliteracy Centers: Writing Center Work, New Media, and Multimodal Rhetoric, (pp. 75–107). New York City, NY: Hampton Press.

Sheridan, D. M. (2010b). “Multiliteracy Centers As Content Producers: Designing Online Learning Experiences for Writers.” In D. M. Sheridan & J. A. Inman (Eds.), Multiliteracy Centers: Writing Center Work, New Media, and Multimodal Rhetoric, (pp. 189–204). New York City, NY: Hampton Press.

Smith, T. G., Molloy, J. C., Kassens-Noor, E., Li, W., & Colunga-Garcia, M. (2013). Developing a Heuristic for Multidisciplinary Faculty Writing Groups: A Case Study.” In A. E. Geller & M. Eodice (Eds.), Working with Faculty Writers, (pp. 175–188). Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press.

Smith, T. G. (2016). “Oh, I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends”: Short-Term Writing Center/Community Collaborations. In J. S. Blumner & P. B. Childers, WAC Partnerships Between Secondary and Postsecondary Institutions, (pp. 155–166). The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press.

Tomas, S., et al. (2002). “The Portfolio Project: Sharing Our Stories.” In P. G., et al., (Eds.), Writing Center Research: Extending the Conversation, (pp. 149–166). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.