Tag Archives: templates

  1. Conferences Week

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    April 4, 2013 by Dr. Jackie Hoermann-Elliott

    Next week is dedicated to conferences. You all know too well why I consider conferences important. Meeting in a one-to-one …
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  2. Find Fellow Bloggers


    February 26, 2013 by Dr. Jackie Hoermann-Elliott

    Those that have submitted their blog links so far: Heidi: http://heidiandresen.wordpress.com/ Ryan: http://ryanjbakerblog.wordpress.com/ Ally: http://allye221bates.wordpress.com/ Wesley: http://ttwwesley.wordpress.com Jordan: http://jdaggetteng250.wordpress.com/ Dane: http://dadrvol.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/potential-thesis-statements/ Blythe: http://blythef.wordpress.com/ …
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  3. How to Submit


    February 14, 2013 by Dr. Jackie Hoermann-Elliott

    Dear Rhetorical Analysis Experts, The submission portal is now open on Crocodoc. I encourage you to submit early. Better to be safe than sorry. Read …
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  4. Do Templates Stifle Creativity?


    January 29, 2013 by Dr. Jackie Hoermann-Elliott

    Think about it. Do models help you or limit you? Read this article and free write your thoughts. “Do Templates …
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