First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Contents: Part I:Introduction. Part II:Starting a Writing Center (the Basic Issues and Structures of Writing Center Work). S. Sherwood, Philosophy, Methods, and Ethics. J. Simpson, Assessing Needs, Identifying an Institutional Home, and Developing a Proposal. B. Wilcox, N.D. Collins, Establishing and Maintaining Writing Centers in Middle, Elementary, and Preschool Settings. J. Jordan, S. Snow, P. Frankel, K. Severns, The High School Writing Center: An Identity of Its Own. C. Gardner, Centering the Community College Writing Center. G. Cummins, "Standing in the Places Where We Are": What to Think About When Starting College and University Writing Centers. S. Blythe, Technology in the Writing Center: Strategies for Implementation & Maintenance. J. Inman, Technology and Writing Centers: An Introduction. Part III:Managing a Writing Center. M. Shadle, Staffing Options: Assess Needs, Create Job Descriptions, Hire Staff. M. Harris, Managing Services: Scheduling, Record-Keeping, Forms.