Re: Grading, Plagiarism, Webbed Writing and ...

Richard Long (rlong@DAEMEN.EDU)
Tue, 6 Aug 1996 18:10:06 +0000

Well, I wonder if what we're looking for is cleverness. A clever way to do
something, not necessarily to show that we understand something, but to
show that someone else understands. That's what linking to someone's
answers seems like to me. Maybe it shows that we know coding, and that's
okay if that's what's being (aaiieee) tested, but it seems like writing for
the web should be much more than coding. At some point I think we should
say that writing for the web is *more* than pointing to what other people
have said.


Dr. Richard Long
Writing Coordinator, Webmaster
Academic Computing, Daemen College
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