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On January 16th, 2015, the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa, Florida is hosting a free, daylong workshop, Digital Writing Tools for Global Citizens. You can view the abstracts for presentations by Chris Anson (NC State), Val Ross (UPENN), Suzanne Lane (MIT), Joe Moxley (USF), Christiane Donahue (Dartmouth), and Kate Pantelides (EMU) at http://toolsforwriters.com.  To register, see Eventbrite. This event will be live streamed on the internet for those who cannot attend in person. 

This free colloquium is intended for Writing Program Administrators and researchers in Writing Studies. This Colloquium explores and celebrates the impact that digital writing tools have on the act, study, teaching, and assessment of writing. We are especially curious to evaluate ways digital tools globalize writing pedagogy, research, practice, and literacies. As we look across programs, universities, and continents, we wonder how we can leverage the big data that is aggregated by some digital tools to measure the development and transfer of cognitive, intrapersonal, and interpersonal competencies.

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Hi. I am very interested in learning and improving my skills and knowledge about digital writing. It is an important part of my work. Can you help me? Thanks.

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Free Webinar coming up this Thursday! - "Let's Talk About Reading Workshop 2.0: A Chat with Frank Serafini and Troy Hicks on Successfully Applying Digital Resources in the Reading Workshop"

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Ss Senior Research Paper Rough Drafts are due today. They used @Citelighter to help them gather & cite research, organize thoughts, and compose on a @GoogleDoc they share with me. Can't wait to see how their #writing & #research looks using #edtech tools! 

I'm a part of the wiki and this community...is there someplace online to access your suggested rubrics for infographics, videos, podcasts, etc. I left my copy of the book on my desk at school...Grrr.

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This is an archived version of my keynote presentation for the Discovery Educators Network fall Virtual Conference. Hope that it can be useful for you in book studies and other PD sessions!
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