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Title Learning and teaching writing online : strategies for success / edited by Mary Deane, Teresa Guasch
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2015]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Studies in Writing ; 29
Studies in writing ; 29
Contents Introductory chapter. Learning and teaching writing online / Mary Deane and Teresa Guasch -- Part 1. Feedback in Online Environments : 1. Collaborative Writing Online: Unravelling the Feedback Process / Teresa Guasch and Anna Espasa -- 2. Automated feedback in a blended learning environment: student -- Experience and development / Damian Finnegan, Asko Kauppinen and Anna Warnsby -- 3. Singular Asynchronous Writing Tutorials: A Pedagogy of Text-Bound Dialogue / Dimitar Angelov and Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams -- Supporting collaborative writing : 4. Learning to think and write together: Collaborative synthesis writing, supported by a script and a video-based model / Carola Strobl -- 5. Online Collaborative Writing as a Learning Tool in Higher Education / Teresa Mauri and Javier Onrubia -- Online course design : 6. freewriting reprogrammed: considerations for adapting freewriting to -- Online writing courses / Patty Wilde and Erin Wecker -- 7. The Experience of an Online University Course for Learning: Written Communication Skills in ICT Studies / Maria-Jesus Marco-Galindo, Joan-Antoni Pastor-Collado and Rafael Macau-Nadal -- Part 4. Interrogating Online Writing Instruction (OWI) : Engaging students in online learning environments for success in academic writing in the disciplines / Helen Drury and Pam Mort -- 9. interrogating online writing instruction / Scott Warnock -- Afterword. Writing Pedagogy in Online Settings-a Widening of Dialogic Space? / Olga Dysthe
Summary Learning and teaching writing online: Strategies for success' takes a fresh look at the challenges of supporting writers online, and reports on research from around the world to offer a range of learning and teaching strategies. The main themes are feedback in online environments, collaboration through online environments, and course design for online environments.00This book is designed for higher education practitioners who are interested in exploring pedagogic approaches for giving feedback and supporting collaborative writing online. It will also appeal to researchers of writing development and technology enhanced learning
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Distance education -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Electronic portfolios in education.
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Computer-assisted instruction.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Computer-assisted instruction.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
Multimedia systems.
Report writing -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Form Electronic book
Author Deane, Mary, 1975- editor
Guasch, Teresa, editor
ISBN 9004290842 (electronic bk.)
9789004290846 (electronic bk.)