Learning and Teaching Writing Online: Strategies for Success takes a fresh look at the challenge 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.
This 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.
Mary Deane, Ph.D. (2006), University of Warwick, is a senior lecturer in Educational Development at Oxford Brookes University in the UK. She has published widely on writing development, including Writing in the Disciplines (2011) and Academic Writing (2010).
Teresa Guasch, Ph.D. (2003), Ramon Llull University, is Dean of the Department of Psychology and Education at the Open University of Catalonia (January 2014-). She has published on teacher training and learning support in writing processes in computer-supported environments. For more details: http://edon.wordpress.com/
Contributors are Dimitar Angelov, Vince Connelly, Helen Drury, Olga Dysthe, Anna Espasa, Damian Finnegan, Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams, Teresa Guasch, Asko Kauppinen, Rafael Macau-Nadal, Maria-Jesús Marco, Teresa Mauri, Pam Mort, Javier Onrubia, Joan-Antoni Pastor-Collado, Carola Strobl, Anna Wärnsby, Scott Warnock, Erin Wecker, and Patricia Wilde.
All teachers in universities, especially those who are interested in technology enhanced learning and teaching. Researchers of academic writing, educational development, and learning and teaching in online environments.