Originally, Peer Centered was a real-time discussion. Since those conversations never took off, we decided to shift the emphasis away from real-time discussion to the web board. The web board, however, had only limited success. For this reason we decided to move to a blog format since many writing centers already keep their own shared journal, and might be a more apt way to share.
Elizabeth Boquet in Noise from the Writing Center devotes part of the penultimate chapter to exploring the surprising ways writing consultants/tutors wrote in their local Writing Center Journal. My hope is that we will be surprised, entertained, and educated by the latest incarnation of Peer Centered.
While I admit I was once intrigued by the prostitute-consultant analogy, not by what Scott Russell had to say about it but by some of the id...