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Nagelhout 1996) At Stephen F. Austin State University, the results were similar: We have a local list called COMPTALK, intended to generate conversation about writing here, a campus without a WAC program at the moment. We currently have about 50 subscribers, most of whom are silent. The list is sporadic, but it is only in its second semester. But faculty who are subscribed have said that they like the idea and the possibility for further/ future interaction. (Blalock 1996) Similarly, the writing center director at the University of Texas at Austin notes that their listserv has "a fairly long list of subscribers who are faculty teaching what we call substantial writing component courses.

1975. The Development of Writing Abilities (11-18). London: Macmillan Education. Chavez, Carmen, Ralph Lelli, Donna Reiss, Carol Venable, Gretchen Vik, and Robert Wolffe. 1997. " Workshop at the Writing Across the Curriculum Third National Conference. College of Charleston, South Carolina. February 6-8. , and Cynthia L. Selfe. 1990. 8: 847-69. Gilbert, Steven W. 1996. 6: 10-23. Green, Kenneth C. 1996a. " The Chronicle of Higher Education 21(November): A21-22. Green, Kenneth C. 1996b. 2: 24-28. , and Steven W.

The planning and fund-raising to initiate and then to continue to coordinate the growth of an OWL take far longer than anticipated (and can dominate a director's work schedule), and developing the OWL is a study in frustration. It is hard to identify sources of money, difficult to convince an administration that recurring funds for personnel are needed, and confusing to learn how to do battle with all the logistical difficulties in getting systems up and running. Campus politics intrude, faculty don't want to be bothered, systems break down, and planning is usually impossible because the Internet is such a dynamic, rapidly changing environment that today's plans are out-ofdate by next semester and the hardware that finally arrives may soon be outdated.

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