14.0530 ACW-L? student peer-evaluation?

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 530.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
       [1]   From:    Christian Nelson <cnelson@comm.umass.edu>           (15)
             Subject: ACW-L problems
       [2]   From:    Christian Nelson <cnelson@comm.umass.edu>           (11)
             Subject: student peer-evaluation
             Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 20:21:41 +0000
             From: Christian Nelson <cnelson@comm.umass.edu>
             Subject: ACW-L problems
    Hi all:
    As indicated by my last  message, I'm getting interested in the topic of
    computers and writing. Thus, I was happy when I foudn the ACW
    (association of computers and writing) email list. Unfortunately, when I
    tried to follow the link on the ACW page about the ACW-L (viz.,
    http://english.ttu.edu/acw/action/help.asp?keyword=acwl) Texas Tech's
    Lyris system informed me 'No mailing list exists with the name "acw-l"'
    Also, when I tried to access the list's archives I got a message saying,
    in part, "The document you have requested was not found on the TTU
    Server." Assuming that at least a few people on this list are also
    affiliated with the acw-l list, can anyone help me with this?
    Christian Nelson
             Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 20:22:04 +0000
             From: Christian Nelson <cnelson@comm.umass.edu>
             Subject: student peer-evaluation
    Hi All:
    I'm interested in any and all information regarding students' evaluation
    of each others work, and the facilitation of this via the net. I'm
    particularly interested in studies which evaluate the adequacy of
    students' evaluations of each others work and ways to improve such
    evaluations (through the avoidance of such threats as social loafing,
    prisoner dilemma tendencies, and the like).
    Thanks in advance for any information.
    Christian Nelson

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