GradingEfficiently

It was an exciting time for me during June 2009. I was on my way to Honolulu, Hawaii as a University of Phoenix faculty member and College of Arts and Sciences chair, Detroit campus, to present a paper at the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, similarly titled to this booklet. As a busy faculty member I searched for methods to grade student papers faster, but with as much rigor as any written feedback and any department chair would expect. The answer was always right in front of me. The answer was Microsoft Word AutoCorrect. 
Erik Bean, Ed.D. has served as an English department chair, school dean, associate professor of English, curriculum developer, online instructor, and has taught English composition for more than 15 years. He is a motivational speaker and author of a popular Examiner.com Web 2.0 blog where he reviews websites, social media, and often reports on education, security, and technology issues. Erik is the author of another 2014 book via Brigantine Media, WordPress for Student Writing Projects: Aligned to Common Core. His conference presentations help teachers do their job more efficiently while students succeed.

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