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y cant they rite?: Integrating Writing Assessment Across the Undergraduate Political Science Major
Unformatted Document Text:  Works Cited and Consulted Astin, Alexander W., 1993. “Assessment for Excellence.” Phoenix: Ornyx Press. American Association for Higher Education. 1992. “Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning.” Washington D.C., AAHE. Bourbeau, James R., and Jason Rich. 2007. “Undergraduate Research Writing in Political Science.” presented at the American Political Science Association 2007 Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, Charlotte. Barberio, Richard P. 2004. “The One-Armed Bandit Syndrome: Overuse of the Internet in Student Research Projects.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37(2): 307-12. Clifford, Bob. 2006. “A Question and an Argument: Enhancing Student Writing through Guided Research Assignments.” PS: Political Science and Politics 34(3): 653-55. Deardorff, Michelle D., and Paul F. Folger. 2002. “ Assessment that Matters: Integrating the 'Chore' of Department-Based Assessment with Real Improvements in Undergraduate Political Science Education.” presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston. Dickson, Marcia. 1995. It's Not like That Here: Teaching Academic Writing and Reading to Novice. Boyton/Cook. Dilevko, Juris, and Lisa Gottlieb. 2002. “Print Sources in an Electronic Age: A Vital Part of the Research Process for Undergraduate Students.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28(6): 381-92. Fort Hays State University, “The Year of the Department: A Call to Engagement.” (2006). Fox, J. Clifford, and Scott Keeter. 1996. “Improving Teaching and Its Evaluation: A Survey of Political Science Departments.” Political Science and Politics 29: 174-80 Golich, Vicki. 1998. “Thinking About Assessment.” presented at Conference for Chairs Special panel on Academic Program Assessment. www.apsanet.org/section_563.cfm . Grauerholz, Liz. 1999. “Creating and Teaching Writing-Intensive Courses.” Teaching Sociology 27: 310-23. Massey, W. 2003. “Honoring the Trust: Quality and Cost Containment in Higher Education.” Bolton, Mass: Anker Publishing. Mullin, Joan, and Susan Schorn, 2007. “Enlivening WAC Programs Old and New.” The WAC Journal 18: 5-18. National Survey of Student Engagement Survey: http://nsse.iub.edu/pdf/NSSE2007_US_English_paper.pdf Mills and Bennett (FHSU) Page 13 February 2008

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Works Cited and Consulted
Astin, Alexander W., 1993. “Assessment for Excellence.” Phoenix: Ornyx Press.
American Association for Higher Education. 1992. “Principles of Good Practice for Assessing
Student Learning.” Washington D.C., AAHE.
Bourbeau, James R., and Jason Rich. 2007. “Undergraduate Research Writing in Political
Science.” presented at the American Political Science Association 2007 Annual Teaching and
Learning Conference, Charlotte.
Barberio, Richard P. 2004. “The One-Armed Bandit Syndrome: Overuse of the Internet in
Student Research Projects.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37(2): 307-12.
Clifford, Bob. 2006. “A Question and an Argument: Enhancing Student Writing through
Guided Research Assignments.” PS: Political Science and Politics 34(3): 653-55.
Deardorff, Michelle D., and Paul F. Folger. 2002. “
'Chore' of Department-Based Assessment with Real Improvements in Undergraduate Political
Science Education.”
presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science
Association, Boston.
Dickson, Marcia. 1995. It's Not like That Here: Teaching Academic Writing and Reading to
Novice
. Boyton/Cook.
Dilevko, Juris, and Lisa Gottlieb. 2002. “Print Sources in an Electronic Age: A Vital Part of the
Research Process for Undergraduate Students.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28(6):
381-92.
Fort Hays State University, “The Year of the Department: A Call to Engagement.” (2006).
Fox, J. Clifford, and Scott Keeter. 1996. “Improving Teaching and Its Evaluation: A Survey of
Political Science Departments.” Political Science and Politics 29: 174-80
Golich, Vicki. 1998. “Thinking About Assessment.” presented at Conference for Chairs Special
panel on Academic Program Assessment.
Grauerholz, Liz. 1999. “Creating and Teaching Writing-Intensive Courses.” Teaching
Sociology
27: 310-23.
Massey, W. 2003. “Honoring the Trust: Quality and Cost Containment in Higher Education.”
Bolton, Mass: Anker Publishing.
Mullin, Joan, and Susan Schorn, 2007. “Enlivening WAC Programs Old and New.” The WAC
Journal
18: 5-18.
National Survey of Student Engagement Survey:
Mills and Bennett (FHSU)
Page 13
February 2008


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