Big Data Thinking and Learning 3.0 as Guides for Online Textbook Development

Ed Nagelhout is an associate professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in rhetoric, professional writing, and language studies. He has edited two collections, published seventeen articles, and presented more than eighty papers on a variety of topics, including writing program administration, teaching in digital environments, writing in the disciplines, and contrastive rhetoric. His current research projects examine academic program design, comprehensive assessment and learning analytics, and online, open-source textbook delivery.

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