Author of Teaching With Classroom Response Systems discusses the way a popular technology is changing instruction.
Amherst professor teaches students to think about the link between the two and argues learning about it is as important as basic financial literacy.
With implications for how undergraduates write, and cite, Modern Language Association releases revised handbook for preparing research papers.
New national study finds students receiving better and better report cards. Community colleges alone appear to be holding the line.
Texas Tech writing experts compare services designed to catch cheaters -- and find problems with the results. Attendees at composition meeting also discuss Turnitin's payments to some presenting papers about Turnitin.
Composition scholars consider whether their language and tone alienate the public -- or raise tough issues.
Increased scholarly output and student disengagement are linked, according to a new white paper that calls for relieving the "research mandate" in the humanities.
New report suggests community colleges need to engage and motivate incoming students more within their first few weeks.
Educators argue that challenging underrepresented and remedial students to earn at least two years' worth of college credit and a high school diploma at the same time can improve their outcomes.
Innovative program at New Mexico community college pairs technical composition and career education courses, boosting completion rates for both.
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