Lannin, A. & West, N. (2017). Going Public: Teaching undergraduates how to write for broad audiences. EJournal of Public Affairs, Missouri State University and affiliated with the American Democracy Project. http://www.ejournalofpublicaffairs.org/going-public-teaching-undergraduates-write-broad-audiences/
Lannin, A., Cisco, J., Hodgson-Philbrook, J., & Philbrook, M. (2017). “How do you know that works?”: A mixed methods approach to assessing student writing in Writing Intensive courses. Council of Writing Program Administration Journal. 40.2, 52-76.
Lannin, A. & Townsend, M. (In Press). Graduate student perspectives: Career development through serving as writing-intensive GTAs. Graduate Writing Across Disciplines: Identifying, Teaching, and Supporting. Edited by M. Brooks-Gillies, E. G. Garcia, S. H. Kim, K. Manthey, and T. G. Smith. Special issue of Across the Disciplines.
Lannin, A. & Selting, B. (2017). Overview of the University of Missouri’s Campus Writing Program. In B. Siegel Finer and J. White-Farnham. Writing Program Architecture: Thirty Cases for Reference and Research. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press.
Taxis, T., Lannin, A., Selting, B., & Lamberson, W. (2014). Effect of making an audio recording of a term paper on writing quality. Natural Sciences Education. 43, 81-84.