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Instructor Profile: Lynn Reid, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Lynn Reid (Facebook, LinkedIn, Faculty Bio) is the Coordinator of Basic Writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey, where she has taught for the last six years. She has previously taught composition at the community college level and taught writing for the sciences and humanities at CUNY. Lynn is one of the founding members of […]

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Instructor Profile: Dawn Reed, Okemos High School

Dawn Reed (Twitter, LinkedIn) is an English teacher at Okemos High School in Okemos, Michigan. She is Co-Director of the Red Cedar Writing Project at Michigan State University, where she supports professional development work and coordinates research and training as part of the National Writing Project. She’s also co-authored two recent books on writing and technology: Research […]

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Instructor Profile: Nedra Reynolds, University of Rhode Island

Nedra Reynolds (Twitter, LinkedIn) directs writing across the curriculum at the University of Rhode Island and has taught a variety of writing classes, including first-year composition, argument, rhetorical theory for writing majors, teacher-training courses for English Education students, and graduate courses. Nedra has used Eli since Fall 2012, the very first term it was available […]

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Instructor Profile: Jessie L. Moore, Elon University

Jessie L. Moore (Twitter, LinkedIn) is an Associate Professor of Professional Writing and Rhetoric at Elon University where she teaches a range of courses in first-year writing, rhetoric, professional writing, and a special topics courses in writing for civic action.   Jessie is also one of the bravest Eli users we know. As the coordinator […]

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Instructor Profile: Bob Yagelski, SUNY-Albany

One of the most rewarding parts of being a learning technology company is that we get to talk in-depth with smart, dedicated instructors like Robert (Bob) Yagelski (Twitter), director of the program in Writing and Critical Inquiry at State University of New York at Albany. Bob ran a small pilot in Eli during Spring 2016, […]

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