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English 608: Teaching with Computers


The material on this page is a hotlist of the work finished this term for English 608 (A Workshop on Literature, Composition, and Technology at the University of Oregon):

  • A 6-8 Page Essay reflecting upon the goals of this website and discussing theoretical concerns.
  • Reading Response: Thoughts on Week 1 and Week 2 readings
  • Edition of Beowulf for helping students understand the difference between edited and unedited medieval texts.
  • Edition of "Spring and Fall" by Gerard Manley Hopkins to teach close reading.
  • A collaborative On-line Discussion with Darren Reiley regarding authorial identity in anonymous student writing.

Other/ Miscellaneous Items built for this class:

Here is the image snatched for our exercise on pasting images from one website to another:

 

 
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