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Instructor Profile: Scott Rogers, Pacific Lutheran University

Scott Rogers (Twitter), Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, is a long-time Eli Review user who has figured out several contexts and purposes where the app works well. In this profile, Scott shares why he gave Eli Review a second try after a rocky first […]

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Shoutout to Eli Review’s Fall 2017 Users

Eli Review was notes on paper in 2007. A decade later, we’ve welcomed almost 9K student users this fall from 29 returning institutions and 14 new ones. We’re still inventing because instructors and institutions partner with us to improve learning through peer feedback and revision. Thank you to our colleagues and students. We hope you […]

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Hack: Quickly Access Artifacts with Multiple Browser Tabs

The revision plan report shows an instructor all the artifacts of a student’s write-review-revise cycle, making it easy to coach the thinking between drafts. The fastest way to access all of a writer’s artifacts is opening them in new tabs. Easily switch between artifacts by clicking on browser tabs. Every modern web browser allows you […]

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Instructor Profile: Susanmarie Harrington, University of Vermont

Susanmarie Harrington (Twitter, Facebook) is the Director of Writing in the Disciplines and Professor of English at the University of Vermont. She’s taught basic writing, first-year writing, and graduate writing courses. Susanmarie has used Eli Review since Spring 2014. An early adopter of Daedalus in the early 1990s and later of Norton’s commenting tools, she […]

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Q&A with Nick Carbone: Teaching Writers and Teaching Writing

Nick Carbone (Twitter, LinkedIn) is a teacher of writing teachers, a role he’s had on-campus, in publishing at Bedford/St. Martin’s, and now as a freelance consultant. Sometimes upfront and oftentimes behind the scenes, his leadership has helped Eli Review grow from a little demonstration at Computers & Writing 2010 into a full-service learning technology company. […]

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