Resources & Links

Useful Campus Links

Documentation Guidelines

With your Appalachian login credentials, you have access to subscription services for many documentation styles. The APA blog, in particular, answers obscure questions that are not answered anywhere else. This blog is searchable, and you can even post questions if you are stumped. The CMS link has the full text of the 1,145-page doorstop, the 17th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Take advantage of these resources while you have them!

Grammar & Style

Online Writing Center Publications

The ReVisioner, Appalachian State University

The University Writing Center's blog

The Dangling Modifier, Penn State University

Online journal, which accepts articles from peer consultants, that explore issues in writing center work

Kairos, Texas Tech University

Douglas Eyman, senior editor; Cheryl Ball, editor. Online journal that accepts papers and articles that address rhetoric, technology, or pedagogy. 

Other Writing Center Websites

Writing Center Journals

Writing Center Journal

Pam Bromley, Kara Northway, and Eliana Schonberg, Co-editors. Journal published twice a year that accepts articles and papers concerned with writing center issues. 

The Writing Lab Newsletter

Muriel Harris, Editor. Published by The RiCH Company, LLC. Newsletter published monthly from September to June that accepts essays and articles from consultants and directors that explore writing center concerns. Articles focus on tutoring theory and methodology, handling ELL issues, writing center management, training tutors, and using tutorial theory and pedagogy. In addition, it contains conference announcements, book reviews, professional news, and a column by and for tutors.

Southern Discourse

Christine S. Cozzens, Editor. Journal published three times a year that asks for articles, essays, and columns dealing with writing center concerns.

Writing Center Association Websites