Month: November 2011

  • Goal Setting

    A significant part of successful, sustained writing is goal setting. Whether I’m working with faculty at a week-long writing retreat or collaborating on a co-authored manuscript, regularly setting goals keeps the writer(s) on track. Yet, not any old goal will do. There’s an art to setting feasible, productive goals, and it hinges on an awareness […]

  • Not So Native

    On Inside Higher Ed, Steve Kolowich posted a summary of a Student Monitor survey on students’ campus computing habits. According to a fall survey, most students continue to use campus computers – at least occasionally – even though 95% own their own computers. Students also continue to use Microsoft Word more often than Google Docs or […]