Faculty and staff in the Writing Lab/OWL engage in research and scholarship within Composition and Rhetoric and related subfields. Projects often focus on theory, pedagogy, and practice of writing centers and writing support. Research in this series has been published in print and electronic peer-reviewed journals or books.


Submissions from 2014


ESL Training for Writing Center Tutors, Vicki Kennell

Submissions from 2012

The Engaged Dissertation: Three Points of View, Linda Bergmann, Jaclyn Wells, and Allen Brizee

Listening to Revise: What a Study about Text-to-Speech Software Taught us about Students' Expectations for Technology Use in the Writing Center, Tammy S. Conard-Salvo and John M. Spartz

Submissions from 2009


Usability Research in the Writing Lab: Sustaining Discourse and Pedagogy, Michael J. Salvo, Jingfan Ren, Allen Brizee, and Tammy S. Conard-Salvo

Submissions from 2008


Tutoring is Real: The Benefits of the Peer Tutor Experience for Future English Educators, Janet Alsup, Tammy S. Conard-Salvo, and Scott J. Peters

Submissions from 1993


Tutoring ESL Students: Issues and Options, Muriel Harris and Tony Silva