Email, Personal computers, Writing instruction, Written composition, Computers in education, Tutoring, Writing teachers, Writing, Written correspondence
Describes different kinds of student correspondence over the writing center network at a state university. Argues that the interaction between student and text via machine promotes good writing and improved motivation, even when the subject matter is as extracurricular as dating. Includes messages from student to student, student to teacher, and student to writing tutor.
Type of Source: Journal Article
Author: Joyce Kinkead
Year of Publication: 1987
Publication: College Composition and Communication, Volume 38, Issue 3
Page Range: 337-341