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Training Peer Tutors with Conferencing Software: Practicing Collaboration and Planning for Difficult Tutorials
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Research and Teaching in Developmental Education Volume 13, Number 1, ISSN 1046-3364

Abstract

Discusses the use of synchronous conferences via electronic mail in training new writing tutors, highlighting the benefits of such an approach. Describes two synchronous conferences held at the University of Richmond related to dealing with resistant writers and tutoring across disciplines. Provides recommendations for implementing synchronous conferences. (23 citations) (AJL)

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Essid, J.J. (1996). Training Peer Tutors with Conferencing Software: Practicing Collaboration and Planning for Difficult Tutorials. Research and Teaching in Developmental Education, 13(1), 45-55. Retrieved August 17, 2022 from .

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