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Tony Cimasko, "A Little More Relevance"

Tony Cimasko is currently a visiting assistant professor in the English Department of Miami University, where he is teaching graduate and undergraduate writing courses and is contributing to the further development of the university’s ESL writing program. His primary research interests include the contributions of second language writers to academic and professional genre texts, and changes made to genres in the interest of pedagogy. He is also interested in other L2 writing concerns, TESOL, research methodologies, and multimodal composition.

Jason Courtmanche, with participants in the Connecticut Writing Project 2007 Summer Institute at the University of Connecticut, "Writing on the Same Page: Teaching Writing from Kindergarten through College and Beyond"

Tom Liam Lynch and Kerry McKibbin: "When Writers Imagine Readers: How Writing for Publication Affects Students' Sense of Responsibility to Readers"

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