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Innovation in composition: The use of moos in the writing classroom

, University of Alaska Anchorage, United States

Master of Arts, University of Alaska Anchorage . Awarded


An investigation of virtual environments allows for an exploration of the ways that such technology benefits instructors and students of composition. Studying these domains allows those in academia to explore the possibilities for the implementation of such technology within their own classroom. In this project, I investigate the history of these virtual environments, their history (and future) in education, and their possibilities for expanded use in both the traditional and distance education classroom. I cite specific example of this technology currently in use in colleges and universities across the country and illustrate how this type of technology benefits both instructors and students in composition courses.


Mullin, L.L. Innovation in composition: The use of moos in the writing classroom. Master of Arts thesis, University of Alaska Anchorage. Retrieved November 19, 2019 from .

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