Jim Bell's note reminded me of something I think I said I'd do at last year's CCCC (sorry, Jim, this isn't about revision, but I'll pass your questions along to Carolyn Pittenger, who runs our Tutorial Service). There was a session at the C's last year on Canadian writing centres, and afterwards some of us milling about in the hallway were discussing greater communication among w.c.s and the possibility of pooling some key texts. People seemed particularly interested in the sort of text that gets produced for Chairs, Deans, Provosts, Presidents, Senates and other august and not-so-august bodies. You know, arguments against test- ing or for writing courses, reports on centre activities, proposals for various initiatives, and so on. Here at McGill, for example, we have two documents that have helped us stave off competency - one an extensive study by Pat Dias of writing done by students in a number of different disciplines. Would a collection of such texts be helpful? Do other people have texts they could donate? I would be willing to receive and archive the texts and to post a list of what we have. And, finally, are there still folks interested in greater communication among writing centres? Any suggestions for increasing that communication?