The Virtues of the Virtual: Creative Writing Online

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    This article discusses the virtues of online teaching and learning, alongside digital projects engaged in by the creative writing team as part of the teaching and research programme at Coventry University. Our primary focus will be on the multi-faceted dimensions of student blogging, but we will also look at online teaching delivery and student engagement.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)53-59
    JournalWriting in Education (NAWE)
    Volume64
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Copyright remains with individual contributing authors (with NAWE reserving the right to reproduce materials in other NAWE publications and in the members-only area of www.nawe.co.uk). We request that any other use of the materials by the authors should make reference to the original publication in Writing in Education.

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    The Virtues of the Virtual: Creative Writing Online. / Morris, Alyson; Kelly, Tim.

    In: Writing in Education (NAWE), Vol. 64, 2014, p. 53-59.

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