Monday, February 29, 2016
Wednesday, March 2, 2016 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm Eastern Standard Time (12:30 pm Central; 11:30 am Mountain; 10:30 am Pacific; 18:30 UTC/GMT) the editors of the Dangling Modifier will lead a live online discussion of writing center procedure, what makes a writing center successful vs. unsuccessful, what to do about a reluctant tutee, why tutoring is different than simply editing, the concept of tutoring as an act of collaboration, and lastly about The Dangling Modifier, the international peer tutoring newsletter by tutors for tutors from Penn State. The discussion kicks off the PeerCentered live peer writing tutor discussion series for 2016.
To attend the session, please go to https://hangouts.google.com/call/6vmqbx5j5nd2liy35xinx2v2nia .
Please announce this opportunity to any peer writing tutors you have contact with.
Questions may be directed to me, Clint Gardner at Clint.Gardner@slcc.edu.
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