Thursday, September 26, 2002

Last Spring Kathleen Shine Caine gave the keynote address at the Rocky Mountain Peer Tutoring Conference that we had the honor of hosting. In the address she talked about stories as a valid means of sharing and devleoping our work. Her point was that, yes, we do need more structured studies that give hard numbers, but we cannot ignore the annecdotal in our quest to become more respectable in academia. Until somebody else starts sharing here, I'm going to keep going on and on about how great that sharing can be.

I think people might be blocked. I made coffee for everyone this morning. It disappeared fast. Fall is definitely here.

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