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Archive for September, 2013

Web Writing on Dickinson College syllabus and Inside Higher Ed blog

While Web Writing is only a book in-progress, Professor Sarah Kersh has already assigned it to students at Dickinson College. The syllabus for her course, “Writing in and for Digital Environments,” emphasizes how “students will think about the stakes of writing in a range of digital environments — blogs, online forums, personal collections. . . as well […]

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175 Comments during First Week of Web Writing Open Peer Review

While quality matters more than quantity, the combination is absolutely delightful. Last week we launched the open peer review phase of Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning, a digital book-progress under contract with Michigan Publishing. Between now and October 30th, 2013, four expert reviewers (commissioned by the publisher) and general […]

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Quick thoughts on first day of Web Writing open peer review

Considering that Web Writing experienced a half-hour of downtime this afternoon due to an unusual network outage at Trinity College, we had a relatively good start with the first-day launch of our open peer review, which runs for six weeks. Many new readers came to our site and stayed to read some essays, thanks to […]

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Open Peer Review of Web Writing book in-progress by Trinity College and Michigan Publishing

The editors of Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning invite readers to comment on a new digital book in-progress during its open peer review phase, now through October 30th, 2013. General audiences will join four designated expert reviewers in publicly posting online commentary to shape the direction of the final manuscript, […]

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