Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/bbc4c72ca6dc429ec5b9141539e44ee6?utm_medium=email&utm_source=canvas&utm_campaign=canvasday2019&utm_content=button
Starts at 11:00 AM · Ends at 12:00 PM, MDT (America/Denver)
Student writing is the #1 problem in Higher Education and it starts in K-12. Join Ecree as we address this problem and discuss how to solve it affordably and at scale. We've cracked the code to better writing - literally and figuratively - and are excited to share the answer with you!
Learn more at: www.ecree.com
The features discussed in this session may require additional paid services of a 3rd party provider. Please check out Ecree - Member | Instructure Partner Directory and _Ecree: Automated Feedback on Student Writing for more information.
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- Dr. Jamey Heit
Co-founder + CEO at EcreeDr. Jamey Heit is a lifelong learner and lover of technology. He believes technology plays an essential role in solving big problems and insists that it is part of a broader solution, rather than a quick fix to a temporary challenge. He holds a Ph.D. in Literature, Theology and the Arts from Glasgow University and has taught in a variety of Higher Education disciplines. By credit hours, Dr. Heit has over 25 years experience and has graded more than 30,000 papers (yes, he counted!). During his time in the classroom, Dr. Heit saw limits in his ability to help students consistently improve their writing. So, in 2014 he left academia and founded Ecree, a technology company that specializes in a proprietary, interactive writing tool for students and teachers. Dr. Heit is on a mission to nurture a generation of better writers and thinkers with widespread access to easy and adaptive writing software. With the Ecree technology, he’s found way to provide consistent, timely, and quality feedback to students to ensure they develop lifelong skills for success.