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Partnering with Eli Review

Eli Review has been designed in partnership with teachers and students from day one in Michigan State’s Writing in Digital Environments Research Center. Back in 2006, we—Jeff Grabill, Bill Hart-Davidson, Mike McLeod—invented Eli to make possible a pedagogy of frequent feedback and revisions cycles. The specific need was to support evidence-based teaching practices and facilitate […]

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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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Eli Review Fun Facts: Fall 2016 Edition

As folks start new academic terms, we thought it would be fun to start off the year with a few facts about Eli Review. If you’re new to Eli or an old friend, there’s bound to be some info here you didn’t know about the app that helps you promote critical thinking and better writing. Can […]

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Upcoming Workshop: June 13-17, 2016

Our director of professional development, Melissa Meeks, is leading another free workshop for faculty during the week of June 13-17, 2016.  If you’re curious about how peer learning works for better feedback and revision, or if you’re interested in how to use Eli Review in your class, follow the instructions below to sign up! The workshop […]

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Deep Dive: Did Eli Review move the needle in 2015-2016?

For the past two years, our team at Eli Review has been making a distinction between educational technologies and learning technologies. Most recently, Bill Hart-Davidson explained it this way: Educational technologies help students, teachers, and administrators accomplish goals associated with schooling, but not necessarily associated with learning and teaching.  Examples: Student-information systems Learning Management Systems […]

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