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Thanks, these are great web sites.




At 11:47 AM 1/23/01 -0800, you wrote:
>Writing center directors make up a vibrant and active professional
community, and many
>national conferences are available for folks interested in WC work.  First
is the
>National Writing Centers Association conference, recently held (in
November) in
>Baltimore.  Information on the NWCA is available at
<http://nwca.syr.edu/>.  The
>Conference on College Composition and Communication (the CCCC, part of
NCTE) also
>features many panels and workshops relevant to writing center work,
including a
>pre-conference full-day workshop on writing centers (I don't have the
session number,
>but it's happening on Wednesday, March 14).  This year's CCCC is in Denver
from
>3/14-3/17, and information is at
<http://www.ncte.org/convention/cccc2001/>.  Several of
>us have also collaborated on proposals for writing center presentations
for next
>November's NCTE convention in Baltimore.  The NCTE convention page is
><http://www.ncte.org/convention/>.  Finally, the annual National
Conference on Peer
>Tutoring in Writing will be held next fall at Muhlenberg College in PA;
information is
>at <http://www.chss.iup.edu/wc/ncptw/>.  There are also very active
regional writing
>center associations; information on some of these may be available at the
NWCA's
>resources page at
<http://nwca.syr.edu/NWCA/WCResources.html#Organizations>, but for
>more detailed and up-to-date information about regional WCAs, contact the
wcenter
>listserv.  Information's available at the homepage for wcenter, a listserv
for writing
>center folks, at <http://english.ttu.edu/wcenter/home.htm>.
>
>Kurt Bouman
>Director, Learning Resource Center
>University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
>
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>>
>> Subject: Conference For Writing Center Administrators
>> Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 09:23:30 -0600
>> From: "Johnson, Janice F" <[log in to unmask]>
>> Reply-To: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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>> Does anyone know of a good conference for directors of writing centers?
>> NADE would be a good one, but some of the staff of our Academic Support
>> Center are attending it and I can't send everyone at the same time.
>
Mariangela Chandler
Director of Academic Support & Achievement Program
SUNY Cortland
PO Box 2000 Memorial Library
Cortland, N.Y. 13045
Phone:  607-753-4309
E-Mail:  [log in to unmask]