Implementing Audio Consultations in the Writing Center
Type of Culminating Activity
Graduate Student Project
Master of Arts in English, Rhetoric and Composition
The Boise State Writing Center exists not because writers cannot write; it exists because writers do write. The Center—one of many such writing centers at schools across the country—started conducting tutorial sessions in 1980; its goal is to meet the needs of writers in the Boise State community, a community at a metropolitan university with currently over 19,000 students ("Facts" 1). Each year the Center conducts approximately 3200 sessions—the majority are face-to-face—with writers from every discipline, college, and writing level.
Koppelmann, Zachery W., "Implementing Audio Consultations in the Writing Center" (2009). English Graduate Theses and Projects. 2.