The importance and need of well-developed writing skills to the success of college graduates has been well-documented in a number of NACTA Journal articles (Schaefer, 1984; Broder and Houston, 1986; Cobia, 1986:Coorts, 1987; Riesenberg, 1988: Barkley, 1991). In response to this need, many faculty have increased the amount of writing required in their technical courses. Specific examples of this "writing-across-the-curriculum" program approach have also been provided in several NACTA Journal articles (Cobia, 1986; Gamon, 1988; Smith, Poling and Von Tilburg, 1989; Tudor, 1989; Koch and Houston, 1989; Zimmerman, 1991; Zimmerman, 1992).



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