Writing in online courses : how the online environment shapes writing practices /

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Author / Creator:Jackson, Phoebe, author.
Imprint:Gorham : Myers Education Press, [2018]
©2018
Description:1 online resource (xxvi, 244 pages)
Language:English
Subject:Web-based instruction.
Writing -- Study and teaching (Higher)
EDUCATION -- Administration -- General.
EDUCATION -- Organizations & Institutions.
Web-based instruction.
Writing -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12541566
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Other authors / contributors:Weaver, Christopher, author.
ISBN:9781975500108
1975500105
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index
Description based on print version record
Summary:For scholars interested in the intersection of writing and online instruction, Writing in Online Courses: How the Online Environment Shapes Writing and Practiceexamines both the theoretical and practical implications of writing in online courses. The essays in this collection reflect upon what the authors have learned about the synergistic way that writing helps to shape online instruction and how online instruction helps to shape the writing process. While many educators continue to question the reasons for teaching online, these essays demonstrate the useful ways in which it enhances and informs student writing and learning. From the vantage point of different disciplines, the authors examine how the writing process is revealed and changed when it is placed at the center of an online learning environment. These scholars and practitioners attest to the multiple ways that teaching online has enabled them to rethink how writing functions in their classes, allowing them to pursue educational goals and student outcomes that may have been more difficult or even impossible to pursue in the traditional classroom. Perfect for courses in:Writing and Emerging Technologies, English Online, Topics in Composition and Rhetoric, Approaches to Teaching Writing, Technology in the Classroom, Educational Technology for Teaching and Learning, Foundations of Distance Education, Composition Theory, Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition, Writing and the Teaching of Writing
Other form:Print version: Writing in online courses. Gorham, Maine : Myers Education Press, [2018] 9781975500092
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505 0 |a Past to the future: computers and community in the first-year writing classroom / Nick Carbone -- "She really took the time": students' opinions of screen-capture response to their writing in online courses / Chris M. Anson -- Shifting again: electronic writing and recorded speech in online courses / Christopher Weaver -- Revising the defaults: online FYC courses as sites of heterogeneous disciplinary work / Andy Buchenot -- Creating and reflecting on professional identities in online business writing courses / Patricia Webb Boyd -- Free to write, safe to claim: the effect of writing on dispositional change for sociology students / H. Mark Ellis -- Facework: negotiating identity through writing in online class discussions / Linda Di Desidero -- The reading-writing connection: engaging the literary text online / Phoebe Jackson -- Getting down to Earth: scientific inquiry and online writing for non-science students / Kristine Larsen -- Teaching for transfer online: insights from an adapted curricular model / Liane Robertson -- Hybrid spaces and writing places: ecoliteracy, ecocomposition, and the ecological self / Christopher Justice 
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