Sunday, October 11, 2009
Question about creative works in your WC
We're trying to put together a better method for working with creative writers in our center at Boise State--specifically short fiction/novel writers. Since those works normally need to be read in their entirety and we are limited to 30 min or 1 hour appointments, this is what we are considering doing: The student drops off their work; then, we'll block off 3o minutes or an hour to read and schedule a followup 30 minute appointment to go over the work. We'd also like them to fill out a checklist when they drop off their work, explaining what type of feedback they are looking for.
I'm wondering how other centers work with creative writers. Do you have a similar method or something different and how well does it work?
Thanks for any feedback.
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