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Five accomplished, diverse writers who teach creative writing online confront the challenges of remote courses and programs, offering experiences, assignments, and best practices that meet the specific needs of online writing students and help these learners to succeed and soar. Panelists provide valuable takeaways for writers considering remote education, for curriculum designers, and for the growing number of faculty who will choose or need (for the same reasons as students) to teach online.


This is the text from Mr. McCall's remarks during a panel presentation given at the AWP Conference in San Antonio.