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“We’re No Longer Wasting Our Class Time!”: SFSU and Eli Review co-lead a workshop at CCCC@SJSU

Which option BEST describes your peer learning method? Handing out a list of printed questions to groups, hoping they will stay on task An electronic file exchange where it takes 3x longer to figure out who told what to whom than it did for students to actually give feedback An app that shows feedback given […]

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#4C17 – Panels on Feedback and Revision

The College Conference on Composition and Communication will meet in Portland, Oregon, from March 15-18. We’ve compiled the sessions we’re most excited about. Some sessions relate to Eli Review directly, where presenters will share teaching or research stories, but we’ve also searched the online program for all of the sessions we could related to feedback […]

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Jeff Grabill’s 2016 Computers & Writing Keynote Address – Video, Transcript, Reactions

Eli Review co-creator Jeff Grabill delivered they keynote address for the 2016 meeting of the Computers & Writing conference on Saturday, May 20, 2016 in Rochester, New York. His talk, titled “Do We Learn Best Together or Alone? Your Life with Robots”, discussed learning technologies and robots, particularly what they are and aren’t good for. […]

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Preview: Jeff Grabill’s #cwcon 2016 Keynote Address

Next week, one of Eli Review’s co-founders and Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at Michigan State University, Jeff Grabill, will give a keynote address at Computers and Writing 2016 during dinner Friday night. Jeff’s talk extends his cautionary tale about the role of automatization in writing instruction to critique the pedagogies that are […]

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“We’ve Been Listening” – 6 Years of Eli Review and #cwcon

Eli Review and Computers & Writing have a long history. Bill Hart-Davidson and I first introduced Eli publicly at #cwcon 2010 in Purdue. Eli was still in its prototype stage when we introduced it – we hadn’t even added the “Review” to its name yet, and you can see in the slides from our 2010 […]

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