College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse > Faculty > Erin Workman
Writing development and transfer; writing pedagogy and program administration; writing instruction and teacher-training; writing studies research methods and methodologies; visual mapping and reflective writing
Workman, E. (2020). Visualizing writing development: Mapping writers' conceptions of writing through the lifespan." In. T. Phillips & R. Dippre (Eds.), Approaches to Lifespan Writing Research: Generating an Actionable Coherence (pp. 211 – 224). The WAC Clearinghouse. DOI: 10.37514/10.37514/PER-B.2020.1053.2.13
Yancey, K. B., Cirio, J., Naftzinger, J., & Workman, E. (2020). Notebooks, annotations, and tweets: Defining diverse everyday texts through a common lens." South Atlantic Review, 85(2), pp. 7 – 34.
Yancey, K. B., Davis, M., Robertson, L., Taczak, K., & Workman, E. (2019). The teaching for transfer curriculum: The role of concurrent transfer and inside- and outside-school contexts in supporting students' writing development. College Composition and Communication, 72(2), 268-295.
Yancey, K. B., Davis, M., Robertson, L., Taczak, K., & Workman, E. (2018). Writing across college: Key terms and multiple contexts as factors promoting students’ transfer of writing knowledge and practice. WAC Journal, 29, 42-63.