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Technology and Authority: How the Collaborative Paradigm Shifts in a Networked Writing Environment
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Composition Forum Volume 10, Number 2,

Abstract

Discusses the redistribution of power and authority invited by networked computers. Examines the changing roles of teachers and tutors as they set up and monitor occasions for writing to take advantage of the increased participation and involvement when students write with computers. Discusses how this valuable experience can be most effectively brought into the writing center. (SR)

Citation

Montgomery, N. (2000). Technology and Authority: How the Collaborative Paradigm Shifts in a Networked Writing Environment. Composition Forum, 10(2), 31-51. Retrieved February 23, 2020 from .

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