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Andrea A. Lunsford
Thirty-four years ago, Lisa Ede and I published a brief essay in Rhetoric Review called “Why Write . . . Together.” In response to that question, we offered a number of strong reasons for writing collaboratively, including the ability to mount larger research projects and answer more complex questions. And we embarked on a research
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Barclay Barrios
In my last post, I talked about the oral workshop in the creative writing classroom, drawing from my conversations with my colleagues in creative writing here at FAU, Papatya Bucak and Becka McKay.  But both of them also use an out-of-class written critique to complement the oral workshop.  In this post, I want to share some insights
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Becky Anderson
LearningCurve is consistently the most popular part of LaunchPad for both students and instructors, and we are constantly striving to improve it for all our users. Last Friday, we updated the design a bit--but only slightly.   Why? We are looking toward the future and making these minor tweaks now (like color changes, fonts that make it
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