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Title: Writing Center Session Note Data Repository Open Access Deposited

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  • Writing center session note examples, and data about session notes (also known as client report forms or tutor notes), were collected from sixty-three writing centers using a survey. The survey gathered information about how (rather than why) writing centers conceive of, and use, session notes. Respondents were asked a range of demographic, open-ended, and Likert scale questions about the engagement with session notes. Questions ranged from user-specific (open-ended response regarding session note training practices) to attitudinal (regarding session notes’ importance to tutor professional development. The survey also prompted respondents to share their blank session note forms and also their session note data.
  • Data includes information regarding session notes from sixty-three institutions, including blank session note forms, data sets of completed session notes, and survey data about how sessions notes are conceived of, and used, in writing centers.
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  • International Writing Centers Association
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  • 11/23/2022
  • 04/21/2022
To Cite this Work:
Modey, C. A., Cheatle, J., Giaimo, G. N. (2022). Writing Center Session Note Data Repository [Data set], University of Michigan - Deep Blue Data.


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