- ItemRestrictedTelling stories: perspectives on longitudinal writing research(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Fishman, Jenn, editor; Kimme Hea, Amy C., editor; Utah State University Press, publisherIn Telling Stories, more than a dozen longitudinal writing researchers look beyond conventional project findings to story their work and offer otherwise unavailable glimpses into the logics and logistics of long-range studies of writing.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedReconstructing response to student writing: a national study from across the curriculum(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Melzer, Dan, author; Utah State University Press, publisherIn Reconstructing Response to Student Writing, Dan Melzer makes the claim that writing instructors should shift the construct so that peer response and student self-assessment are more central than teacher response, and that teachers should focus on making comments that will aid in transfer.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedChildfree and happy: transforming the rhetoric of women's reproductive choices(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Wooten, Courtney Adams, author; Utah State University Press, publisherChildfree and Happy examines how millennia of reproductive beliefs have positioned women who choose not to have children as deviant. Considering affect and emotion alongside the lived experiences of women who have chosen not to have children, Wooten offers a new lens to feminist scholars' examinations of reproductive rhetorics.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedSecrets of the greatest snow on earth: weather, climate change, and finding deep powder in Utah's Wasatch mountains and around the world(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Steenburgh, Jim, author; Utah State University Press, publisherInvestigates Utah weather and snow patterns, including myths and snow science regarding deep powder snow.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedSensemaking for writing programs and writing centers(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Malenczyk, Rita, editor; Utah State University Press, publisherIn this collection, writing program and writing center administrators from a range of academic institutions come together to explore their work through the lens of sensemaking. Sensemaking is an organizational theory concept that enables institutions, supervisors, teachers, tutors, and others to better understand the work they do using theoretical lenses.--Provided by publisher.