For a small lunchtime event next week, the UCD School of Education invited students and faculty to share posters from presentations made at national conferences this year.
I was fortunate enough to be selected to present at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Tampa. I used my Prezi presentation to work up this poster.
As I am finishing up drafts of my final chapters of the dissertation, I thought I'd share this overview of the work. It's not very blog friendly, as it is a 56" x 35" poster. If you really want a good look, you have to click here and zoom, but still, this felt like a good place to share.
The Prezi presentation might be more web friendly.
Anyway, I should get back to writing.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Thursday, April 09, 2015
The students in my hybrid first-year writing course read and responded to Doug Hesse's Can Computers Grade Writing? Should They?
The prompt for their response was this question: How would you react if you learned a computer was responsible for grading most of the material you composed for this course?
The answers were nothing short of fantastic. These students started thinking about the reasons we write, the reasons we read, and the reasons we endeavor to improve our writing.
I placed some of the highlights in the Prezi embedded above. Click through. It's worth it.