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Updates to Our Privacy Policy

To the Eli Review community: We know you’re probably overwhelmed by companies updating their privacy policies as new European Union laws go into effect (here’s a good primer, if you’re unaware of what’s happening). We’ve also updated our privacy policy, but we wanted to take this opportunity to reinforce two of our core values as […]

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“Computers and Practice” – video and slides from @billhd’s 2018 Computers & Writing talk

Eli Review co-inventor Bill Hart-Davidson gave a talk at the 2018 Computers & Writing Conference on Friday, May 25, 2018. Bill discussed how he thinks computers are an important tool for guiding practice, not just a medium for it. The full text of Bill’s talk is on Medium and his slides with notes are available on Google Drive. […]

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Help us Pick the Best Reciprocity Visualization

In peer learning, reciprocity matters. In Eli Review’s open-source student module on “Feedback and Improvement,” we encourage students to write comments according to a Golden Rule: “When you know what you want to get from feedback, you have a better idea of the kind of feedback you should give.” Giving the kind of feedback they’d […]

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Reviewers’ Responses to One-word Drafts Reveal Challenges for Inquiry Projects

Scott Kushner, assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies in the Harrington School of Communication and Media at University of Rhode Island, started his class this Spring with a one-word writing assignment. Yes, you read that correctly. Writers typed one word and submitted it as the first draft in Eli Review. This one-word assignment […]

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Turn your students’ learning into a conference talk or a journal article

We can help you highlight how learning happens in your course or program. Your assignments, students’ drafts, feedback given, feedback received, and revision plans are a robust, authentic record of how students improved. You can turn the evidence from peer learning into better courses, but you can also present at  conferences and publish. We can […]

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