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Turn your students’ learning into a conference talk or a journal article

We can help you highlight how learning happens in your course or program. Your assignments, students’ drafts, feedback given, feedback received, and revision plans are a robust, authentic record of how students improved. You can turn the evidence from peer learning into better courses, but you can also present at  conferences and publish. We can […]

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Join a Research Project: How do humans and machines collaborate on teaching labor?

Syracuse University graduate student Jordan Canzonetta (Twitter) wants to know: How do humans and machines collaborate on teaching labor? College instructors who use Turnitin, WriteLab, or EliReview, share your answers by completing a quick survey in the next two weeks. All the details are below, including a chance to participate in a paid interview. Thanks […]

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Publication: NSF-funded [email protected] Shares Strategies for Better Science through Rhetoric

The Eli Review team congratulates the Science Writing and Rhetorical Training Program at the University of Rhode Island (or [email protected] for short) for the best affirmation of a helpful feedback environment from a student evaluation that we have ever read. In their newly published article for Technical Communication Quarterly, they report: One student described Graduate […]

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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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Video: Bill Hart-Davidson presents at UT Austin

Our own Bill Hart-Davidson recently traveled to Austin, Texas where he was invited to talk about Eli Review by the Digital Writing & Research Lab. Bill talked about Eli’s history, its pedagogy, and the specific problems it was designed to address. The full video of Bill’s talk is available here, along with the full text, images […]

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