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Alternate Realizations of Purpose in Computer-Supported Writing
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Theory Into Practice Volume 29, Number 4, ISSN 0040-5841

Abstract

Examines the use of a computer-based system (QUILL) with tools and environments for teaching writing, in real classroom settings, focusing on use of its electronic mail program. Whenever QUILL raised significant pedagogical issues, teachers confronted past practices with those implied by QUILL and created solutions to complex problems. (SM)

Citation

Rubin, A. & Bruce, B. (1990). Alternate Realizations of Purpose in Computer-Supported Writing. Theory Into Practice, 29(4), 256. Retrieved June 17, 2019 from .

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