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Summer projects

So far I've been blazing through my summer projects that I thought would take much more time.  These projects mainly focus around our home-brewed tutorial session report system.  Basically, I am working to make it more integrated into our current online tutoring system, as well as to work it into a proposed technological innovation that will make it far easier for our Writing Advisors to create reports about and reflect on the sessions they conduct.

I was a bit hesitant to post my proposal anywhere, since I was worried about jinxing it by making it public too fast, but what the heck.  Here is the proposal.  Feedback is always welcome.


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