The Shape of Electronic Writing: Evaluating and Assessing Computer-assisted Writing Processes and Products
Computers and Composition
communication, computer-mediated evaluation, computer-assisted hypertext portfolio, electronic rhetoric, visual writing, computer-assisted
Communication Technology and New Media | Creative Writing | Education
Three features of electronic texts have been theorized as changing writing and writing instruction: the creation of a seamless flow of text, word publishing as a rhetorical act, and hypertextual writing and thinking. This article argues that these changes also carry implications for how teachers read, respond to, and evaluate student writing. Furthermore, this article stresses the importance of linking practices of writing assessment to these changes in writing processes, products, and teaching.
Takayoshi, Pamela (1996). The Shape of Electronic Writing: Evaluating and Assessing Computer-assisted Writing Processes and Products. Computers and Composition 13(2), 245-257. doi: 10.1016/S8755-4615(96)90013-4 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/158