Exploring the Use of Noredink as a Tool for Composition Instruction

Alyson Snowe, University of Rhode Island

Abstract

Immediately following the Approval Page, (150 words) each copy of the thesis must contain an abstract which will contain: a) a definite statement of the problem involved in the thesis, b) a description of the methods used in the development of the thesis, c) a summary of the results of the findings reported in the thesis. My study, “Exploring the Use of NoRedInk as a Tool for Writing and Composition Instruction,” addresses the questions:

Subject Area

Community college education|Language arts|Pedagogy

Recommended Citation

Alyson Snowe, "Exploring the Use of Noredink as a Tool for Composition Instruction" (2017). Dissertations and Master's Theses (Campus Access). Paper AAI10268276.
https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/dissertations/AAI10268276

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