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It's All in the Notes: What Session Notes Can Tell Us About the Work of Writing Centers

@inproceedings{Giaimo2018ItsAI,
  title={It's All in the Notes: What Session Notes Can Tell Us About the Work of Writing Centers},
  author={Genie Nicole Giaimo and Joseph Cheatle and Candace K. Hastings and Christine A. Modey},
  year={2018}
}
Aim: This research note focuses on how corpus analysis tools can help researchers make sense of the data writing centers collect. Writing centers function, in many ways, like large data repositories; however, this data is under-analyzed. One example of data collected by writing centers is session notes, often collected after each consultation. The four institutions featured in this note—Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, Texas A&M University, and The Ohio State University… 
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