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Review of When Tutor Meets Student: Experiences in Collaborative Learning
Writing Center Journal
In this anthology, Martha Maxwell, founder of the Berkeley Student Learning Center, has collected nineteen "vignettes" (as they are called in the book) written by undergraduate writing tutors at Berkeley between 1 987 and 1989. At first glance, When Tutor Meets Studentseems informal: published by Maxwell herself, it is spiral bound, more like a copy-shop course packet than a book. But as a whole it is an impressive collection of stories about writing center students and tutors, and among itsdoi:10.7771/2832-9414.1259 fatcat:lhedi5wubfho5iogxo7sqenkgi