Digital Writing Assessment and Evaluation
by Heidi A. McKee, Danielle Nicole DeVoss
Publisher: Utah State University Press 2012
Number of pages: 291
The authors of this volume place emphasis on assessment of digital writing -- the methodological, technological, and ethical approaches for and issues involved with assessing multimodal, networked texts (and the student learning they represent).
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