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Preview: Jeff Grabill’s #cwcon 2016 Keynote Address

Next week, one of Eli Review’s co-founders and Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at Michigan State University, Jeff Grabill, will give a keynote address at Computers and Writing 2016 during dinner Friday night. Jeff’s talk extends his cautionary tale about the role of automatization in writing instruction to critique the pedagogies that are […]

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“We’ve Been Listening” – 6 Years of Eli Review and #cwcon

Eli Review and Computers & Writing have a long history. Bill Hart-Davidson and I first introduced Eli publicly at #cwcon 2010 in Purdue. Eli was still in its prototype stage when we introduced it – we hadn’t even added the “Review” to its name yet, and you can see in the slides from our 2010 […]

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#cwcon 2016 – Panels on Peer Learning, Research, and Design

Many of the Eli Review team will be headed to Computers & Writing 2016 in Rochester, NY. We’re presenting at panels (even giving a keynote address!), but we’ll also be looking forward to sitting in on sessions. We’ve identified some panels related to our interests as a learning technology company: specifically, peer learning pedagogy, peer […]

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Peer Learning Prep for #4C16 UR Poster Session

Now in its fifth year, the CCCC Undergraduate Research Poster Session gives students an opportunity to conduct and present their research.This year Eli Review is proud to support this effort by providing a free course for the peer review process. To learn more, we interviewed Jessie Moore, coordinator of this year’s poster session. The Undergraduate […]

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#4C16 Panel on Teaching Peer Feedback from #SciWritingURI Scholars

The University of Rhode Island (URI) has been using Eli Review continuously since Spring 2012. Under Nedra Reynolds’s leadership, faculty from across the disciplines have made formative feedback a priority in their courses. In the beginning, Eli’s team helped URI faculty get started. For example, in 2012-2013 Ingrid Lofgren, professor of Nutrition and Food Science, […]

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