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  • About the Writing Studio Project
    Studio offers a course management system that includes most of the tools found in commercial systems as well as wikis ePortfolios blogs and other tools that support the learning and teaching of writing To support writing groups the Studio offers a Wiki tool that incorporates calendar discussion forum blogging and ePortfolio tools as well as additional communication tools To help you share your work with others the Studio offers blogs wikis and ePortfolios as well as a robust course management system The blogs wikis and ePortfolio tools can be used within courses or on their own and you can decide whether to share them with others Depending on your preferences all of your work can be completely private or at least as private as anything can be on the Web shared with only a handful of others or open to the world To help you learn to write the Studio and the larger Writing CSU Web site provide access to the largest collection of Web based resources for writers and writing teachers Written by more than 300 contributors these materials support instruction in a wide range of writing processes and genres To Create an Account If you would like to

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  • Project Support
    at Colorado State University Academic Computing and Networking System ACNS Center for Research on Writing and Communication Technologies College of Liberal Arts Department of English Department of Journalism and Technical Communication Department of Speech Communication Office of Instructional Services OIS Office of the Provost Academic Vice President From 1998 to 2010 the project was supported with funding provided by the Office of the Provost to the Department of English at

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  • Development and Funding History
    focused on assessment Initial development was conducted in Asymetrix Multimedia Toolbook and resources were made available through the University s wide area network In 1996 and 1997 the materials were converted for use on the Web The site used the same name the Colorado State University Online Writing Center that it had used when it was a network application In 1998 the site was renamed the Writing Center to reflect the convergence of efforts between the Writing Center Web site and the Campus Writing Center Funding was provided to the English Department by the Office of the Provost to support the project and was subsquently used to create a new tenure line for the Writing Center director to support a programming position and to fund content development In 2001 a new name Writing CSU was chosen to emphasize the center s commitment to creating a community of writers centered on but extending beyond Colorado State University The Writing Studio project which allows writers to create and save work in password protected accounts began in 1999 and was officially announced in December 2004 In August 2005 the Writing Studio and Writing CSU sites were combined into a single Web based learning environment In 2006 database support for the project began to be provided by the Academic Computing and Network Services group at CSU In 2009 two open access projects were initiated one to create an open source version of the Writing Studio and the other to create an open access textbook project In 2009 funding for content development and in 2010 for the position of programmer editor was eliminated by the English Department in response to requests from the College of Liberal Arts to trim the department budget Following the loss of funding the open access projects were suspended In May

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  • Site Credits
    Additional HTML Coding John Robinson Chris Demont Heinrich Steve Knox Eric Spery Scott Scriven Marcio Luis Teixeira Ric Miller Multimedia Toolbook Prototype Programming Luann Barnes Dawn Kowalski Greg Boiarski Mike Palmquist Kathy Northcut Steve Hill Karen Criswell Content Development Credits for content development are provided in the Authors and Contributors links on the main pages of resources on this site Site Design and Graphics Current Site Mike Palmquist 2007 2009

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  • Create an Account
    is expected of account holders Please read the account agreement and indicate whether you agree with it Your agreement is required to use the Writing Studio Note If you would like to register as an instructor please create your account and then view the Register as an Instructor page Instructors can create classes create student accounts and comment on their students work First Name Already Have an Account If you already have a Writing Studio account you can update your account information by logging in If you forgot your password we can email your password to you You can also learn why you need a password protected account to use this site Important Note To guard your identity please avoid using passwords that include sensitive personal information such as your social security number or student id It s also a good idea whenever you create an account on the Web to avoid using the same password you use for accounts that contain sensitive information such as accounts with banks universities colleges and so on Last Name Email Institution Optional Cell Phone Number Optional Cell Carrier Optional Select Your Carrier AT T T Mobile Verizon Virgin Mobile Sprint US Cellular Cricket

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  • Creating a Writing Studio Account
    Writing Studio for personal use or as the member of a class you do not need to set up a new account for a new class Unless you have personal reasons to do otherwise one Writing Studio account is all you ll ever need and having multiple accounts tends to make it more confusing for you when you are taking classes that use the Writing Studio To create a new Writing Studio Account Go to the Writing Studio log in page Click the Create an Account link in the Log in to the Writing Studio section Type the required information first name last name email password and password confirmation into the form Note To guard your identity please avoid using passwords that include sensitive personal information such as your social security number or student id It s also a good idea whenever you create an account on the Web to avoid using the same password you use for accounts that contain sensitive information such as accounts with banks universities colleges and so on Click on the Create Account button at the bottom of the page Read the Account Agreement page to see information about how the Writing Studio works and what is expected of account holders Click the I Agree button to complete the account creation Your agreement is required to use the Writing Studio Review your account information Click the Continue button if the information is accurate to view your Writing Studio Personal Page or click the Change button to make any necessary changes If you lose your password Click on the Request Your Password link located in the Log in to the Writing Studio section of the log in page Type your email address that you created the account with see 3 above Check your email account for

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  • Logging In
    Login button to complete the process Note You can also access the log in process by clicking on the My Page link in the main menu of the site or by clicking on any of the tools used in the Writing Studio Clicking on these options when you have not yet logged in takes you to the secondary log in page follow the same process as above Special note to

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  • Logging Out
    access to your Writing Studio account To log out of your Writing Studio account Click the Logout link from the main menu on any page in the Writing Studio A pop up will ask Are You Sure You Want to Log Out Click on the OK button if you wish to log out or Cancel if you wish to remain logged in to your account When you log out a

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