Thank you, Tania. Myself, I hope this will act as a working paper,
stimulating further discussion, and that it (or something that grows out of
it) will eventually be published in _Inkshed_ or elsewhere.
At 06:05 PM 3/30/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I'm flattered by the number of inkshedders interested in my draft so far.
>I really do want to share with you all what I wrote based on what you
>wrote. But it's such a drafty thing as it is and I'm nervous about how
>I've represented you/us/others. I want to take a little time (a few days
>or a week) to clean it up based on Andrea L's comments and then I will send
>out my tentative words to be pinned up on the website, and send email
>attachments (in MS word 6.0) to those who've asked (and any more who ask).
>I really do wish this essay to be changed based on feedback I receive ...
>it could end up being a co-authored document, an ethnography via the
>Internet. Dear God... the prospects are overwhelming and exciting and ...
>At 07:20 AM 3/30/99 AST4ADT, you wrote:
>>If Tania would be okay with it, I'd be happy to put it on the Inkshed
>>Website, so we could all have a look . . . (and if you're concerned
>>about accessibility, we now have the capability to password protect
>>it so only Inkshedders could see it).
>>And either way, Tania, I'd like a copy.
>>> If anyone is interested in skimming and giving me feedback on the
>>> 24 page draft I wrote based partly on Inkshed discussion, "Recent
>>> Trends in the Teaching of Writing in Canadian Universities," please
>>> simply request it and I'd be happy to send it to you as an email
>> -- Russ
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