Henry, when I click on the link below, I don't get a survey--all I
get is the Writing Centre homepage. I hunted all over it, clicked on
everything, and can't find this survey report--could you perhaps just
send me a copy as an email attachment? I'd really like to see it
ASAP. Our Writing Task Force is looking at writing centres all over
North America, but we're of course especially interested in
Canada--Wendy K. has sent one of our Task Force members, Dave
Clyburn, lots of her data (thanks, Wendy!) and he'll be giving a
report on Writing Centres to the Task Force on Feb. 9th. But it
would be helpful to see the survey you guys did over 10 years ago, to
get a sense of what has changed since then.
I've been gathering all the recent emails about when Writing Centres
were established--thanks for asking the question, Wendy--and keep 'em
At 02:22 PM 1/27/2006, you wrote:
>The TRU (formerly UCC) Writing Centre opened in 1996, but in preparation
>Susan Bell and I conducted a somewhat informal national review of
>writing centres in 1995.
>For anyone interested, a report with the results is available at
>Retired - but still interested, and not feeling all that old.
>Anthony, get a grip! Or retire!!
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