I think Catherine's idea is grand.
- I would really welcome an overview/statement about the intent and
objectives of the course before I plunge and discuss.
- Vis a vis the one at a time, I agree. My fear is that if we do them all
at once, the programs might get confused. (and working with my tangential
thought processes, it happens!!) $-)
- Should their be a time limit to the access for each program? for
At 09:21 AM 3/31/99 -0500, you wrote:
>In fact, I am wondering if we need a list at all. As far as I can see, most
>of the participants in CASLL are interested in looking at different sites.
>I also like your idea about discussing one site at a time.
>If we decide to go this route, then I would only ask that people not
>broadcast the location and password outside of our net, only because the DE
>folks and the pubishers of the textbook that I am using (parts of the text
>appear on the site) have asked that it be a password protected site for
>Also I will be preparing a statement about the context and intent of the
>course prior to putting the address up--sort of a protective measure.
>How does this sound? Does anyone object and still want me to create a more
>limited list? I don't mind doing it (easy using Outlook Express or Eudora),
>but simply publishing the address would be easier.
>At 08:14 PM 3/30/99 -0500, Marcy Bauman wrote:
>>Well . . . I wrote to Cathy and offered to set up a distribution list, and
>>haven't heard back (but it's only been a few hours, so hey.)
>>Cathy, if you're out there, let us know. I think it would be kind of
>>nifty if we did a show-and-tell: People could get logins & passwords for
>>others' sites, and then maybe we could have brief (week-long?) discussions
>>about each site, where the teacher could answer questions. Sort of an
>>online seminar series, as it were. I'd be happy to coordinate this.
>>People could feel free to contribute or not, but even if a few people
>>asked and answered questions my guess is, we'd learn a lot.
>>On Tue, 30 Mar 1999, Leslie Sanders wrote:
>>> Access is really important to me. I'm hoping folks will let us look at
>>> their courses. Who is keeping the list? Leslie
>>> On Tue, 30 Mar 1999, Richard Coe wrote:
>>> > Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 15:25:42 -0800
>>> > From: Richard Coe <[log in to unmask]>
>>> > Reply-To: CASLL/Inkshed <[log in to unmask]>
>>> > To: [log in to unmask]
>>> > Subject: Re: consulting with each other
>>> > Here's my take, Leslie
>>> > I think the list is of people who want to be informed about others'
>>> > experiences developing and teaching on-line writing courses, perhaps
>>> > to have access to existing courses, and I suppose to know which software
>>> > people have chosen (and why).
>>> > Rick
>>> > At 05:42 PM 3/30/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>> > >looks like I really started something by asking about distance courses,
>>> > >but I've lost track about what list we all are asking to be on!
>>> > >Leslie
>>> > >
>>> > >Leslie Sanders
>>> > >Humanities/Writing Programmes
>>> > >706 Atkinson College
>>> > >York University
>>> > >(416)736-2100 x66604
>>> > >[log in to unmask]
>>> > >
>>> Leslie Sanders
>>> Humanities/Writing Programmes
>>> 706 Atkinson College
>>> York University
>>> (416)736-2100 x66604
>>> [log in to unmask]
>> Marcy Bauman
>> Writing Program, University of Michigan-Dearborn
>> 4901 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI 48128
>> fax: 313-593-5552
>> [log in to unmask]
>Catherine F. Schryer
>Dept. of English
>University of Waterloo
>Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
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