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Richard,

Patrick Shutz of Mesa State College helped develop such a course.
Article in the most recent "Tutoring Exchange," the peer-tutor SIG
newsletter of CRLA. Since he posted his phone # there, I don't imagine
he'll object to my reproducing it for you here: 970-248-1748.

Steve Runge
St. Lawrence U.
Canton, NY
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Richard Colfer wrote:

> We are in the process of developing a credit bearing course for our
> tutors. Would like to hear from others re: your experience with
> curriculum committees, course structure, text, etc.
>
> Thanks in advance for your response,
>
> --
> Richard Colfer, Director
> The Learning Center
> New Hampshire College
> 2500 N. River Rd.
> Manchester, NH 03106