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Computers and Writing: Casting a Broader Net with Theory and Research
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Computers and the Humanities Volume 22, Number 1, ISSN 0010-4817

Abstract

Suggests four overlapping areas of exploration that might help spark "creative re-formations" of the way English teachers think about computers and their relationship to writing: (1) computers and teaching writing, (2) computers and language theory, (3) computers and learning from the past, and (4) computer research in other fields. (GEA)

Citation

Selfe, C.L. & Wahlstrom, B.J. (1988). Computers and Writing: Casting a Broader Net with Theory and Research. Computers and the Humanities, 22(1), 57-66. Retrieved September 20, 2020 from .

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