Scaffolded writing and rewriting in the discipline: A web-based reciprocal peer review system

@article{Cho2007ScaffoldedWA,
  title={Scaffolded writing and rewriting in the discipline: A web-based reciprocal peer review system},
  author={Kwangsu Cho and Christian D. Schunn},
  journal={Comput. Educ.},
  year={2007},
  volume={48},
  pages={409-426}
}
This paper describes how SWoRD (scaffolded writing and rewriting in the discipline), a web-based reciprocal peer review system, supports writing practice, particularly for large content courses in which writing is considered critical but not feasibly included. To help students gain content knowledge as well as writing and reviewing skills, SWoRD supports the whole cycle of writing, reviews, back-reviews, and rewriting by scaffolding the journal publication process as its authentic practice… Expand
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