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Are people that are likely to have an influence on their society in their professional lives at some point now or in the future (future politicians, teachers, top businessmen etc). The new model in Tanzania was to be a mix of self study (using computer based and online materials) with face to face support from a teacher. I’ve been trying to get more information on how successful the project has been but as far as I know it hasn’t worked very well to date. When you mention infrastructure, Tanzania has one of the lowest levels of connectivity in the world (Castells 210: 2001) and I don’t think this has helped.

Pettit, J. 2004. Students’ writing in the virtual university: An investigation into the relation between online discussion and writing for assessment on two masters courses. In Doing Literacy Online: Teaching, learning and playing in an electronic world, I. Snyder & C. Beavis (eds), 25–44. Hampton: Hampton Press. Hyland, K. 2005. Metadiscourse. London: Continuum. Ivanič, R. 1998. Writing and Identity: The discoursal construction of identity in academic writing. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. , Satchwell, C.

A short extract of the original paper appears below. I argue that we should approach online textual interactions by students as sites of academic writing and I provide evidence of ‘intertextuality’, ‘metadiscourse’ and ‘epistemic modality’ I conclude that student messages are institutionally significant spaces for the negotiation of ownership and authority in the meaning making process of these emerging literacies. Introduction In this chapter I provide some comments on a recently published paper of mine, as a vehicle for drawing out both the seminal contribution that Ivanič’s work has made to my own thinking and the ways in which our work has come together and overlapped for more than a decade in a shared conceptual understanding of texts and practices – writers and contexts.

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