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Journal of Writing Research
Journal of Writing Research is an international peer-reviewed on-line journal, freely accessible for all. The journal started in 2008 and originated from the initiative of several SIG Writing members who significantly contribute to the editorial work. The current editors of the journal are Luuk van Waes (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Gert Rijlaarsdam (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Mark Torrance (Nottingham Trent University, UK) and Charles MacArthur, University of Delaware, USA.
You can register for the journal's alert service at www.jowr.org.
The table of contents of the current issue is available here.
SIG Writing’s Prepublication archive
In 2005, SIG Writing started a free and open access publication server containing book chapters, theses, technical reports, research instruments, SIG Writing conference papers, and other prepublications.
We invite all writing researchers to add their papers, reports and instruments to this server. PhD supervisors are kindly asked to stimulate PhD and MA students to upload their theses.
Action editors are Eva Lindgren (Sweden), Marielle Leijten (Belgium) and Daphne van Weijen (The Netherlands). They will check each uploaded entry for completeness and general acceptability and then immediately publish the entry. Visit the server at www.sigwritingpublications.org. After having registered as a user, you can download all contents and choose the frequency of notifications about newly published entries.
Besides the ”Studies in Writing“ book series, conference proceedings (or books that resulted from conference papers) offer a valuable impression of the field of writing research at a given time. SIG Writing conferences led to the following editions:
Allal, L. & Dolz, J. (Eds.). (2005). Proceedings Writing2004. Geneva: Adcom Productions. (after SIG Conference 2004 in Geneva)
Torrance, M., Galbraith, D. & van Waes, L. (Eds.). (2007). Cognitive Factors in Writing. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (after SIG Conference 2002 in Stafford)
Crété, M.-F. & Espéret, E. (Eds.). (1999). Writing and learning to write at the dawn of the 21st century. Proceedings. Poitiers: Universität, LaCo – CNRS. (after SIG Conference 1998 in Poitiers)
Rijlaarsdam, G., Bergh, H van den & Couzijn, M. (Eds.). (1996). Effective teaching and learning of writing. Current trends in research. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. (after SIG Conference 1994 in Utrecht)
Rijlaarsdam, G., Bergh, H. van den & Couzijn, M. (Eds.) (1996). Theories, models & methodology in writing research. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. (after SIG Conference 1994 in Utrecht)
Eigler, G. & Jechle, Th. (Eds.). (1994). Writing: Current trends in European research. Freiburg: Hochschulverlag. (after SIG Conference 1992 in Freiburg)
Boscolo, P. (Ed.). (1989). Writing: Trends in European Research. Padova: UPSEL Editore. (after SIG Conference 1988 in Padova)