CALICO Journal, Vol 34, No 2 (2017)

Excelsior College’s English as a Second Language Writing Online Workshop (ESL-WOW)

Michelle Kunkel
Issued Date: 6 Apr 2017

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DOI: 10.1558/cj.31895

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Excelsior College. (2012a). About ESL-WOW. Retrieved from http://esl-wow.org/app/webroot/additional/about.html


Excelsior College. (2012b). Instructor guide for Excelsior College English as a Second Language Writing Online Workshop (ESL-WOW). Retrieved from http://esl-wow.org/app/webroot/additional/pdfs/ESL-WOW_Instructor_Guide.pdf


Excelsior College. (2012c). Model essays. Retrieved from http://esl-wow.org/app/webroot/additional/model_essays/index.html


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