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Link/Age: Composing in the Online Classroom

   by Joan Tornow / Joan Tornow

    Utah State University Press
    01 February, 1997


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Editorial description(s):

Composition Chronicle, September 1997
I highly recommend Link/Age for new teachers in computer-supported environments. Tornow raises valuable questions within a classroom context that should help teachers feel more [aware].

About the Author
Joan Tornow is associate professor of Humanities at Austin Community College, where she teaches writing online and heads the writing department at the Riverside Campus. Her previous publications include Every Child is a Writer (Heinemann, 1984).

Book Description
Tornow studies a group of students writing online for an entire semester and weaves their experiences into a discussion about where literacy is going and how theory can help us move in harmony with our newly evolving technology.

Reader review(s):

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