Re[10]: Reassessing our practices

Michael Hamende (HamendeM@CTS.DB.ERAU.EDU)
Thu, 15 Feb 1996 11:56:56 EST


What about our work? That's what I was thinking about. I am not
suggesting any lack of value to publishing students' work.

I also like the idea of the polyvocalic dialogues that can take place
in a cyber classroom. A situation which would require the students to
generate text and think.

Any chance to preview the article? I'd be interested in (oh dear) a
monologic "essay" on the issue from you.

Mike Hamende
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Subject: Re: Re[8]: Reassessing our practices
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Date: 2/15/96 11:23 AM

Well, in terms of "alternative publishing," I have three simple words:

World Wide Web.

I'm in the midst of writing an article about this now, but to be pretty
basic and utopian about it for a moment, it seems to me that using the
Web as a means of publishing student work addreses a lot of the issues
we're discussing here.

Steve Krause * Department of English * Bowling Green State University
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