CRLA NewsNotes

News Notes 

CRLA’s e-newsletter, NewsNotes, is distributed monthly and is designed to keep members informed about the organization from professional development opportunities such as webinars, to new publications such as white papers, to the annual conference, and much more.

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The Journal of College Reading and Learning

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JCRL is an international forum for the publication of high-quality articles on theory, research, and policy related to areas of developmental education, postsecondary literacy instruction, and learning assistance at the postsecondary level. JCRL is published biannually in the spring and fall for the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).

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White Papers

The College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA)'s white papers are authoritative, evidence-based reports written by experts. These white papers generally take the form of a critical synthesis of the current scholarly thinking on a particular issue. CRLA's white papers are available for free download and should be shared with administrators, practitioners, and researchers alike.

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Handbook for Training Peer Tutors and Mentors

The Handbook is a must-read resource for postsecondary faculty and learning center professionals who hire, train, and supervise tutors and mentors and is designed to inspire development of training programs that meet the high standards of CRLA's certification initiatives: International Tutor Training Program Certification (ITTPC) and International Mentor Training Program Certification (IMTPC).

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Starting a Learning Assistance Center Monograph

This monograph, with twenty conversations covering different aspects of starting a learning assistance center, allows professionals to hear authorities in this field of education address a variety of topics from technology to assessment to organizational structure and much more.

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CRLA Copyright Infringement Policy – Compliance with federal copyright law is expected of all CRLA members. It is our legal and ethical responsibility to give authorship credit for all materials we use in the classroom and for tutor and mentor training. Additionally, it is our legal and ethical responsibility to purchase (or have students purchase) copyrighted materials.

Publications Director

Sonya ArmstrongSonya L. Armstrong
Northern Illinois University
148 Gabel Hall DeKalb, IL 60115
sarmstrong@niu.edu