[this came to my address from Rick: I'm sure, though, that it was
intended for CASLL . . .]
> Help. Quick. Please.
> If I can make a coherent request by Monday morning, there will likely
> be a sizable amount of $ available for
> doing something that involves teaching writing and the
> "WEB" (i.e., "the Web").
> The obvious seems to be a "virtual classroom" where students can
> "meet" as a class and/or in small groups to do the various things we
> do in our writing classes, ekspecially looking at each other's
> drafts, making suggestions , etc.
> Does anyone have any experience doing anything like that? Does
> anyhone have any knowledge of someone writing up something like that?
> Does anyone have a better idea?
> Does anyone know why this is a dumb idea I should deep six?
> I know this is a silly request, that FI'm engaged (on a cump computer
> with no backspacerF) in playing the Groucho Marx show, trying to say
> the right words to get the duck to come down --but if that is the
> game used to distribute resources, perhaps I should play. So, can
> anyone help?
> Rick Coe
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