Computers and Community: Teaching Composition in the Twenty-First Century
Boynton/Cook, Heinemann, 1990 - Anglais (Langue) - Composition et exercices - Étude et enseignement - 197 pages
These exciting and moving reports of a revolutionary composition pedagogy develop a common theme: the most profound changes wrought by computers in the composition classroom are social, political, and pedagogical, not technological.
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