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University of Arizona Pilot Survey Shows High Marks for Eli Review’s Usefulness and Clarity

In Fall 2018, six instructors at the University of Arizona piloted Eli Review peer feedback and revision in the following courses:  Courses Number of Reviews Number of Revision Plans First-Year Writing(fully online) 5-7 5 Nutritional Science 4 4 Fashion 1 1 Social and Behavioral Science Skills (Adobe Creative Cloud) 6 5 At the conclusion of […]

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Online Professional Development Workshop, July 8-12

What is the workshop about? Eli Review is a peer learning app for feedback and revision. Each month, a free online professional development workshop encourages faculty to reframe peer review in their classes. What do participants do? Participants get to be students Monday-Thursday, July 8-11 and then get instructor access on Friday, July 12. They […]

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Centering Eli’s Ethic, a Critical Mission

by Bill Hart-Davidson, Co-Founder As the 2019 Computers & Writing Conference approaches, I am contemplating the conference theme in light of our support – as a company – for this event. Mission Critical: Centering Ethical Challenges in Computers and Writing  is a theme meant to invite a stance toward our contributions as a field to […]

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Online Professional Development Workshop, June 10-14

What is the workshop about? Eli Review is a peer learning app for feedback and revision. Each month, a free online professional development workshop encourages faculty to reframe peer review in their classes. What do participants do? Participants get to be students Monday-Thursday and then get instructor access on Friday. They share a syllabus blurb […]

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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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