The Eli Review Blog

Archived posts from the category "Professional Development"

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What if…? for Fall 2020

In this blog, we want to address the scenarios most likely to affect faculty teaching in hybrid, hyflex, or online courses in Fall 2020. What if I want to use my previous Eli course again? Great! Clone it. Go to your previous Eli course, which may be in the Inactive Course Tab. Enter the course. […]

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Promoting Strong Feedback Cultures

Tim Amidon and Colorado State University’s English department invited Jeff Grabill, Bill Hart-Davidson, and Melissa Meeks to contribute to the “Raising the Bar” series hosted by the Reinvention Collaborative. The Reinvention Collaborative seeks to bring the scholarship of teaching and learning to conversations about transforming curriculum. They invite disciplinary experts to share their work in […]

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Eli Review Best Practices in 15 Minutes

At San Francisco State University, the Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL) sponsors a Teaching and Learning Community focused on Eli Review.  The following videos were recorded in that setting and are offered here as resources for those making a sudden shift to remote teaching in Spring 2020. Typical First Week […]

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How to Get Around to Eli Review This Summer

As you put grades on that last stack of papers, did you wish students had revised more? That’s the problem Eli Review was designed to solve. More revision leads to better writing and better writers. Eli helps you stage better revision by scaffolding better peer feedback. Get around to exploring Eli this summer: join one […]

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Partnering with Eli Review

Eli Review has been designed in partnership with teachers and students from day one in Michigan State’s Writing in Digital Environments Research Center. Back in 2006, we—Jeff Grabill, Bill Hart-Davidson, Mike McLeod—invented Eli to make possible a pedagogy of frequent feedback and revisions cycles. The specific need was to support evidence-based teaching practices and facilitate […]

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