Writing Analytics: Methodological and Conceptual Developments

  • Joe Moxley Founding Editor
  • Norbert Elliot University of South Florida
  • David Eubanks Executive Editor, Furman University
  • Meg Vezzu Managing Editor, The Journal of Writing Analytics
  • Matthew J. Osborn Designer, The University of Pennsylvania

Author Biography

Norbert Elliot, University of South Florida
Editor-in-Chief, University of South Florida

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Published
2018-12-09