ERIC Number: ED249499
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: 0
Computers in Composition: A Bibliography of Research and Practice.
Lansing, Margaret L.
Designed to help classroom teachers discover how to use computers effectively in teaching writing, this annotated bibliography contains citations of articles that have appeared in education journals, books, and the ERIC system. Among the topics covered in the more than 50 articles cited are the following: (1) feedback programs for individualized analysis of writing; (2) computers, creativity, and composition; (3) word processing as an aid to revision; (4) software applicable to the needs of student writers; (5) research on word processing that is relevant to the teaching of composition; (6) computing as a mode of invention; (7) the computer as stylus and audience; (8) selecting microcomputer software for the teaching of English; (9) problems of computer assisted instruction in composition; (10) computers and essay grading; (11) textual analysis with computers; (12) computer aided review lessons in English grammar and spelling; (13) computers and poetry; (14) hypothesis testing with computer assisted instruction; (15) computer applications for humanistic education; and (16) teaching stylistic simplicity with a computerized readability formula. (FL)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Rhetorical Invention; Software Evaluation