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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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Mind the Gap: Completion Rates

If writers do not submit drafts, they are not included in review groups. If reviewers don’t give feedback, they have also missed review. Missing review, either by being excluded or not finishing, is missing important writing practice. How do you pay attention to review completion? In Eli Review, the instructor’s dashboard shows the completion rate […]

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Mind the Gap: Uptake from Peer Review to Revision

Students revise using far less feedback than they receive. Pay attention to writer’s uptake so that you can encourage more and better uptake in the future. How do you pay attention to uptake? In Eli Review, you can use the responsiveness data story to notice uptake trends. In any review task, click on the Engagement […]

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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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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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