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Beaufort, Anne (1999) Writing in the Real World: Making the Transition from School to Work. New York: Teachers College Press -- An in-depth case study of how professionals learn to understand and perform the writing tasks associated with their work.

Gottschalk, Katherine and Hjortshoj, Keith (2004) The Elements of Teaching Writing: A Resource for Instructors in All Disciplines. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's -- A useful practical guide to designing assignments and responding effectively and efficiently to student work in WID courses

Graff, G. and Birkenstein-Graff, C. (Forthcoming): They Say/I Say: The Basic Moves of Argumentative Writing. New York: W.W. Norton.

Graff, G. and Birkenstein-Graff, C. "Humanities and Discursive Social Sciences: A Template Approach to Undergraduate Research," Reinvention Center Conference (Nov. 2004): http://www.reinventioncenter.miami.edu/Conference_04/Humanities_%20Discursive_%20Social_Sciences/A_Template_Approach_Undergraduate_Research.htm

Harris, Joseph and Moskovitz, Cary. "Writing and Writing-Intensive Courses: Transforming Undergraduate Writing: An Apprenticeship Approach," Reinvention Center Conference (Nov. 2006): http://www.reinventioncenter.miami.edu/conference2006/harrismoskovitz/summary.htm

Monroe, Jonathan, ed. (2002) Writing and Revising the Disciplines. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press -- A series of models of the challenges and successes encountered by research faculty designing writing-intensive courses

Russell, David R. (2002) Writing in the Academic Disciplines: A Curricular History. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP –- A history of the undergraduate "research paper" as well as of the Writing in the Disciplines movement

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