Peer Tutoring and Communication Practice
An edited volume is, by definition, a product of teamwork. To all of the contributors and supporters of this project, we offer big thanks. Your experience and expertise has made this a valuable collection of essays. Thanks also go to the Department of Communication Studies and the College of Arts and Letters at the University of Southern Mississippi for their generous support of the project through time and money. The Speaking Center at the University of Southern Mississippi has provided continual support and a testing ground for peer tutoring ideas. The Communication Department at George Mason University also supported the project monetarily and, for that, we are very thankful. Carl Brown and Victoria Brown provided invaluable copy editing and indexing assistance. Finally, thanks also go to Meg Turner for her expert assistance in providing her indexing skills in a timely manner.
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