The site claims that it will address 10 times more mistakes than a word processor including contextual spelling errors and poor vocabulary usage.
Where was this grammar resource site/tool when I was having to write so many papers in college? Now this will be a great option to go right along with hemingwayapp.com for reviewing my blog posts.
Time to share this with my staff and students!
I learned of Twine from Richard Byrne's Free Technology 4 Teachers blog post. It is great to see an opensource option that one can download and run locally or remain on the web to write.
Nice blog post walking new users through the setup and integration of Write Well.
Excellent source of projects integrating technology while addressing Common Core.
I'm considering developing a course with @udemy on Mapping Media to the Curriculum with iPads http://t.co/JxGB2bXO3q
Vidcast: Amy Stengel on Digital Storytelling amyroleto diben #writing #txeduchat http://t.co/cPuFEfFtqc
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