Crossing Wires with Google Apps: Jumpstarting Collaborative Composing
This paper presents results from a multi-year, two-school combined study of student attitudes toward the use of Google Apps for Education (since renamed G Suite for Education) for collaborative composing in first year composition classes. Preliminary results suggest that remediating the composing process as collaborative, convenient, and cloud-based in Google Docs via Google Drive resulted in a remediation through reform of traditional composition pedagogy.
©2018 The WAC Clearinghouse. This article first appeared in The Proceedings of the Annual Computers and Writing Conference 1: 2016-2017 (2018), 52-57.
Please note that downloads of the article are for private/personal use only.
Hocutt, D.L. and M.E. Brown. "Crossing Wires with Google Apps: Jumpstarting Collaborative Composing. The Proceedings of the Annual Computers and Writing Conference 1, 2016-2017 (March 2018): 52-57.