Publications by Alison Kuehner, Professor - English & Gender and Women's Studies Departments

Kuehner, Alison V. (2003). The effects of computer instruction on college students’ reading skills. In Norman A. Stahl and Hunter Boylan (Eds), Teaching Developmental Reading: Historical, Theoretical, and Practical Background Readings(pp. 402-422). Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s.

Kuehner, Alison V. (1999). The effect of computer-based vs. text-based instruction on remedial college readers. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 43 (2). 160-68.

Kuehner, Alison V. (1999). The effects of computer instruction on college students’ reading skillsJournal of College Reading and Learning, 29 (2) 149-65.

Kuehner, Alison. (1997). Kleenex, sympathy, and a passing grade: Can we do more to help under-prepared Students? Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges, 14(4) 1 & 8-9.

Kuehner, Alison V. (1992).  Getting students to wage the battle in freshman composition. Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 19 (1) 45-48.

Kuehner, Alison. (1992) Rediscovering model essays: Teaching to the many while not neglecting the few. Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges, 19 (3) 13.

Kuehner, Alison. (1990). Re-teaching the five-paragraph essay: A response to Marie Foley. Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 17 (2) 82-84.

Kuehner, Alison (1990).  Questioning the Traditional Curriculum.  FACCC Bulletin. 1 & 12.

Kuehner, Alison. (1989). How to teach more and work less: Student-led discussions. Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges, 17 (1) 3 & 11.

Kuehner, Alison. (1988). A response to “computers in the writing class.” Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges, 16 (1) 4.

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