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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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Submissions received for Web Writing, Open Peer Review begins Sept 15th

It’s been a busy summer for our authors. As of yesterday, we have received sixteen submissions for consideration in our digital book-in-progress, Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning, with three more pending. As our editorial team reviews and prepares these essays for our website, the staff of Michigan Publishing is commissioning four expert reviewers […]

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Web Writing under contract with Maize Books imprint of Michigan Publishing

Today we have wonderful news to share with our contributors. Our digital book-in-progress, Web Writing: Why & How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning, has been offered a contract with Maize Books, an imprint of Michigan Publishing, the primary academic publishing division of the University of Michigan. As part of their duties, Michigan Publishing editorial staff will […]

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Web Writing essay submission instructions (due Aug 15th)

For contributors who proposed essay ideas for our book-in-progress, Web Writing: Why & How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning, we have added a new web page on how to submit your work (including our online form) by August 15th. Basically, authors have two choices: you may submit an essay in an accepted word-processor format […]

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Congratulations to five outstanding Web Writing essay proposals selected for $300 subventions

Five authors of outstanding essay proposals submitted to Web Writing, a digital book-in-progress sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning at Trinity College, have been selected to receive $300 subventions to support their work. During the open call for participation, over forty essay ideas were posted on the Web Writing site to promote discussion between […]

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NITLE online seminar with Web Writing on June 18th, 2013

If your institution belongs to the National Institute of Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), register now for a free online seminar on Tuesday, June 18th, 2-3pm eastern time with two editors from a digital book-in-progress Web Writing: Why & How for Liberal Arts Teaching & Learning. Jack Dougherty, associate professor of educational studies, and Jason Jones, director […]

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Web Writing call for participation extended to June 22nd

If you’re looking for a bit more time, you’ve found it. The Web Writing editorial team has extended our call for participation by one week to June 22nd, 2013. Share your essay proposal and comment on more than 25 submitted by others on the Web Writing ideas discussion page. This freely accessible, open peer-review volume explores […]

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Web Writing partners with MediaCommons on teaching & technology discussion

Web Writing proudly partners with the MediaCommons digital scholarly network to launch their month-long “Teaching with Technology” discussion series. As MediaCommons editor Jamie Henthorn explains, “We have invited teachers to share either meta-reflections on technology in the classroom, or reflections on the outcomes of specific projects. The goal of this survey is to see and […]

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Jason Jones and Tennyson O’Donnell join Web Writing editorial team

We’re delighted to share good news about two new members of the Web Writing editorial team. One is Jason B. Jones, the new Director of Educational Technology at Trinity College, who also is a co-founding editor of ProfHacker, a group blog about technology, pedagogy, and productivity in academics, currently hosted at the Chronicle of Higher Education. Jason is our newest […]

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