On a rope bridge, how solid are the sides? How constrained is the hiker? How important is the connection? Why use a rope bridge anyway?
Listing references at the end of a printed text no longer makes sense in a world of digital media. Here's how to re-imagine references that work everywhere.
Teaching the rhetorical gesture of hyperlinks, suggesting an intervention to develop students' skills using existing, familiar tools and technologies.
Think of a writing classroom. What can we badge there? Can writing earn badges? How can we determine whether writing goals are met?
bright red lines all lead in one direction; is that our destination or the launch site?
It's tough to help students understand what we mean by “research” — it needs to be actionable (specific) yet transferrable (general). Here’s one solution.