I just wanted to chime in that I think Janice's site (at Winnipeg),
connecting people to sites where tutoring is offered in Canadian
Universities and colleges, is really useful. Martin, it would be a
wonderful service if your research could feed into it and get it
updated. There have to be lots of other places like U of Alberta,
with Writing Task Forces of various kinds under pressure to collect
data on Canadian Writing Centres in order to argue for more resources
on campus to support student writing.
At 10:49 AM 1/27/2006, you wrote:
>Many years ago, I worked with our tutors to set up a site
>identifying where tutoring was offered in Canadian Univeristies and
>colleges. As I'm no longer coordinating the Tutoring Centre here at
>U. of W., the site is embarrasingly out of date.
>If there's a group of tutors/coordinators who wants to take up the
>torch and get this resource up to date, I'd gladly pass it on.
>Is it a useful/necessary resource? Perhaps we just need to let it
>fade from the Internet.
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