ENG 345 Writing Fellows, Theory and Practice in Peer Tutoring (3 credits)
This course introduces students to writing center history, theories, and practices. Readings will include landmark texts, writing center journals (The Writing Center Journal, Praxis), and publications largely produced by peer tutors in other university writing centers (The Writing Lab Newsletter, The Dangling Modifier). Students will also be introduced to the practices of peer tutoring through class discussions and through work as Writing-Fellows-in-Training in the University Writing Center; upon successful completion of this course, they are eligible to be hired in subsequent semesters as Writing Fellows. Open to students from all majors who are interested in writing and/or the teaching of writing. Permission of instructor required. Writing Intensive.
Does not fulfill GEP Art/Lit requirement.