Metaphors We Innovate By: Graduate Students Transforming a Writing Community Through Networked Experiences

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2018-11-16
Authors
Austin, Sara
Bommarito, Daniel V.
Garskie, Lauren
Moreland, Kelly A.
Nickoson, Lee
Saenz, Marshall
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The CEA Forum
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Drawing on the unique perspective and experiences of each author, we describe in detail various elements of what we have come to call the Writing Resource Initiative (WRI), a label given to a set of interconnected projects tied to way writing is studied, taught, learned, and lived at our institution. More specifically, the WRI is a student-led, collaborative effort aiming to enhance the visibility of writing and rhetoric at a large midwestern research university. The purposes and structure of the WRI are evolving, but there are two primary goals at present: (1) to support various initiatives taking place within a newly structured writing program and (2) to forge meaningful relationships with campus partners beyond the writing program itself.
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Austin, S., Bommarito, D. V., Garskie, L., Moreland, K. A., Nickoson, L., & Saenz, M. (2018). Metaphors we innovate by: Graduate students transforming a writing community through networked experiences. The CEA Forum, 47(2):131-145.