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View CompFAQs  Directed self-placement  [ongoing]  CompFAQs       placement, DSP, directed self-placement, program-implementation, WPA  This is exactly what I am arguing for. 
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View Computers and Composition  Computers and Composition comprehensive bibliography  [ongoing]  [Link]      bibliography, professional-periodical, Computers and Composition  Entries in this bibliography reflect works cited in three sources: (1) Citations from Hawisher, Gail E.; LeBlanc, Paul; Moran, Charles, & Selfe, Cynthia L. (1996). Computers and the teaching of writing in American higher education, 19791994: A history. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. (2) Citations from past issues of Computers and Composition, including citation of every article printed in the journal since its 1983 inception and all of the bibliographic citations from each article appearing in the journal. (3) Citations for and from each book in the New Dimensions in Computers and Composition Book Series. [Computers and Composition homepage] 
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View ERIC  ERIC Education Resources Information Center  [ongoing]  [Link]      online bibliography, resources  This open-access search engine provides entry to ERIC's huge bibliography of journal articles (EJ numbers) and database of microfilm publications (ED numbers). Currently, many of the ERIC abstracts of the microfilm pieces are now available on the internet and can be readily accessed using the ED number in standard search engines. ERIC is in the process of making full-text files of these pieces also free for the downloading. 
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View EServer  EServer Rhetoric Community's wikipage, for specialized bibliographies  [ongoing]  [Link]      online bibliography, specialized  This website was first created in 1994, built to serve as a central location to link to the diverse online materials available on the Internet. At that time, web portals did not yet exist. What rhetoric and composition pages on the Web did exist were heavily colored by the perspectives of their host institutions. This site hoped to publish what resources it could, and to link to all, serving as a central "map" to the rest. Even so, many people referred to it as the "CMU Rhetoric" website (because it was physically located at Carnegie Mellon University); some people refer to it that way to this day, even though the site has physically moved to Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. And today, of course, there are far more resources online than we could index adequately with a single online editor--even if s/he wrote HTML day and night. So this website is today based on a modern content management system, one that allows volunteers, reviewers and editors to collaborate to post new materials, and to link to the complex web of online resources located across the Internet that comprise the complex network of rhetoric resources online. [EServer Rhetoric and Composition] 
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View EServer  EServer TC Library: A cooperative library for tech communicators  [ongoing]  [Link]      online bibliography  The EServer Technical Communication Library is a free, open-access index of works available online for professional, scientific and technical communicators (such as technical writers). We index a wide range of online resources- from articles in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, to papers published by professional societies, presentations and advice to those new to the field, and even some well-written blogs and podcasts. Our goal is to provide tech comm practitioners, students, teachers and managers a comprehensive single location from which to access the complete body of knowledge in our field. [EServer TC] 
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View Howard, Rebecca Moore  Rebecca Moore Howard's Bibliographies for Composition and Rhetoric  [ongoing]  [Link]      online bibliography  Over 250 bibliographies arranged by topic, such as 'agency,' 'ability grouping,' 'grading,' 'research method,' 'wikis.'

For years I've been compiling bibliographies on topics that interest me. I have hundreds of them. I share them with graduate students, and as I kept sending out the same bibliographies as email attachments, I finally decided just to put them online. The list of online bibliographies keeps growing, as I find time and inclination to convert word processed bibliographies to html. [Rebecca Moore Howard] 
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View IEEE  IEEE Xplore  [ongoing]  [Link]      online bibliography  For technical writing, it is comparable to the MLA International. It requires subscription. Says it searches for 1,828,380 documents online. 
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View Modern Language Association  MLA International Bibliography   [ongoing]  [Link]      online bibliography  Requires subscription. In 2000 the CCCC made the MLA International their official bibliographic site, although it is devoted primarily to scholarship of literature and languages. 
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View National Resource Center  National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition  [ongoing]  [National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition]      FY, first-year experience, first-year experience, transition, data, reading, common readings, first-year seminar, resource-center  One of the primary clearinghouses for information about the FY Experience. Detailed collection of readings used for FY Experience (http://www.sc.edu/fye/resources/fyr/index.html). 
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View Thaiss, Chris; Tara Porter  International WAC / WID Mapping Project: Statistical results [Interactive Maps of United States and Canada]  [ongoing]  [Link to Site]      WAC, WID, data, survey, mapping, international, United States, Canada, 'International Network of WAC Programs', INWAC, research, writing across the curriculum, writing in the disciplines , interactive  The following statistics are derived from the more than 1300 responses (50% return rate) to the U.S./Canada survey undertaken by Tara Porter and Chris Thaiss as part of the International WAC/WID Mapping Project. The online survey itself is closed as of July 1, 2008. Statistical results based on earlier readings of the data have been reported at conferences in 2007 and 2008. Articles based on the survey data are scheduled to appear beginning in 2009. If you wish more information about these publications, please write to Chris Thaiss (cjthaiss@ucdavis.edu) or Tara Porter (tsporter@ucdavis.edu).

If you do not know if your institution replied to this survey, please contact Tara Porter (tsporter@ucdavis.edu).

As more statistics are derived from the complete data set, we will post them to this website, as appropriate. Please keep in mind that the following statistics represent the most minimal analysis of the data. We are posting them in this unanalyzed form at the request of those who have attended recent presentations. Our explanation of terms, methods, and materials and our interpretation of the data will occur in the planned articles and in future conference presentations. Meanwhile, if you have questions about the survey or the results you see here, please write to us.

You will note the reference made to the 1987 survey by Susan McLeod and Susan Shirley. This is the only other large-scale survey of WAC/WID activity in the U.S. and Canada. Results were reported in:

McLeod, Susan and Susan Shirley. "Appendix: National Survey of Writing Across the Curriculum Programs." McLeod, Susan. Strengthening Programs for Writing Across the Curriculum. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1988. 103-130.

[From website, accessed July 2008] 
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View Thaiss, Chris; Tara Porter; Erin Steinke  International WAC / WID Mapping Project  [ongoing]  [Link to Site]      WAC, WID, data, survey, mapping, international, United States, Canada, 'International Network of WAC Programs', INWAC, research, writing across the curriculum, writing in the disciplines  Research on Activity/Initiatives Worldwide Devoted to Student Writing in Disciplines

Begun in 2006, this project aims to identify, compile, analyze, and facilitate activity and interest in writing in the disciplines in higher education around the world. We are interested both in first-language and English-language initiatives. We are also interested in graduate-level initiatives, but we pay primary attention to undergraduate, college-university activities focused in disciplines, as well as academic writing centers or similar services devoted to working with students and faculty/staff in and across disciplines.

The Project is sponsored in part by the International Network of WAC Programs (INWAC).

[From site, accessed July 2008]
 
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View WAC Clearinghouse  WAC Clearinghouse  [ongoing]  WAC Clearinghouse      WAC, WiD, writing across the curriculum, writing in the disciplines, writing-to-learn, writing fellows, interdisciplinary, cross-campus, campus wide, write-to-learn, writing to learn, write to learn   
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View Grant-Davie, Keith; Betty Cain; Charles Cooper  Analyzing drafts with a critical eye: What students learn about critiquing personal experience narrative in Third College composition program (Third College Writing Program evaluation studies, No. 1)  [1986]?  San Diego, CA: University of California, San Diego, Third College Writing Program      University of California, San Diego, student-opinion, drafting, revising, personal experience, narrative, self-evaluation    
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View Applebee, Arthur N.; Judith A. Langer; Ina V. S. Mullis  Writing: Trends across the decade, 1974-84  [1986]  Princeton, NJ: National Assessment of Educational Progress; Educational Testing Service [ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 273 680]      NAEP, testing, outcomes, data, frequency, diachronic, historical, trend, school, informative, persuasive, imaginative, pedagogy, background, trend   
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View Coffey, Kathy  Recycled responses: Bringing the editor into the classroom (Center for Research in Rhetoric report, No. 7)  [1986?]  Denver, CO: University of Colorado at Denver, Department of English      pedagogy, teacher-as-writer, publishing, rejection, letter-writing, student-opinion, ranking, student-response   
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View Hawkinson, Kris  Early literacy events and present literacy achievement of freshman writers in the Third College Writing Program (Third College Writing Program evaluation studies, No. 13)  [1986?]  San Diego, CA: University of California, San Diego, Third College Writing Program      University of California, San Diego, FYC, background, literacy narrative, development, student-growth  testing 
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View Finn, Richard  Conferencing with student writers out of class: A comparison of individual and small-group conferences (Third College Writing Program evaluation studies, No. 10)  [1985?]  San Diego, CA: University of California, San Diego, Third College Writing Program      conferencing, FTF, small group, contrast-group, ethnographic, data, University of California, San Diego   
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View Kirsch, Gesa  Representing writing tasks/gaining authority: Development of a writer (Third College Writing Program evaluation studies, No. 9)  [1985?]  San Diego, CA: University of California, San Diego, Third College Writing Program      task, representation, authority, case-study, pedagogy, student-opinion, text-analysis   
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View VanDeWeghe, Richard  Overcoming reading difficulties through purposeful, informal writing (Center for Research in Rhetoric report, No. 3)  [1985?]  Denver, CO: University of Colorado at Denver, Department of English      block, composing, writing-about-lit, reading-log, journal-writing, student-opinion, interpretation, poetry, emotion, felt sense, diffiulty, text-analysis   
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View Fontaine, Sheryl  Meeting the needs of TCCP 10A minority students: A comparison of the first autobiographical essays written in 10A and 10B (Third College Writing Program evaluation studies, No. 5)  [1984?]  San Diego, CA: University of California, San Diego, Third College Writing Program      minority, University of California, San Diego, FYC, autobiographical, essay-analysis, high-low, data   
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