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Case Study: Implementation at University of Tennessee Chattanooga

Institution: University of Tennessee Chattanooga Program: First-year Writing Administrator: Jennifer Stewart  “Our lecturers have an aggressive teaching load, and using Eli allows them to teach students about giving good feedback via rigorous low-stakes practice, encourage students’ independence and engagement in their own writing processes, and lighten their own teaching and response load by recentering the […]

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Case Study: Implementation at University of Kentucky

Institution: University of Kentucky Program: First and Second Year Writing Administrators: Jim Ridolfo and Jake Ferrington “We’ve done artifact-based assessment in the past, but as WPA I wanted to implement Eli Review to generate data about student writing activity across a wide number of sections. I’m then able to frame this data to new teachers […]

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Case Study: Implementation at San Francisco State University

Institution: San Francisco State University Program: First and Second Year Writing Administrators: John Holland and Jennifer Trainor Jennifer Trainor Eli has transformed our program in a couple of key ways. 1. Eli teachers in our program, because of the professional development Eli provides, have become teacher-leaders on our campus. 2. Eli has helped us understand […]

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Not So Random Facts about the Eli Review Team

This fall, the Eli Review team happily welcomes 80+ new instructors and 18 new institutions. We’d like to introduce ourselves by answering some common questions. Who is the Eli Review team? We are four writing teachers. We wear a lot of hats: Mike McLeod, co-inventor of Eli Review and Head of Product Jeff Grabill, co-inventor […]

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Tip: How can students get notifications when Eli tasks are due?

Eli does not have automatic notifications, but there’s an easy way to use your LMS to send them by inserting deep links to Eli tasks inside announcements or calendar events. In your Eli Review course dashboard, click on the link icon to the left of the task title. A banner appears at the top, indicating […]

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