¶ 1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 The Web Writing editorial team partnered with the MediaCommons digital scholarly network to launch their month-long “Teaching with Technology” discussion series in May-June 2013. As MediaCommons editor Jamie Henthorn explained, “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 share exactly how technology is used in the classroom and what we gain from its use.” Given that our book-in-progress focuses on writing and web technology, our friends at MediaCommons invited us to inaugurate the first week with a special cluster of short essays. We have compiled them here as “sample essay starters” to share our thoughts on questions and examples that interest each of us, and to spark your ideas for essay proposals of your own.
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- Web Writing: An invitation to a book-in-progress for teaching and learning, by Jack Dougherty
- The Secondary Source Sitting Next to You, by Chris Hager
- Using Web Writing to Banish the Greys, by Jason B. Jones
- Peer Review on the Web: Show Me the Evidence, by Dina Anselmi
- What Do Students Learn about Writing from YouTube?, by Jack Dougherty