Congratulations to Remi Kalir and his research team on the Marginal Syllabus for winning the 2019 John Lovas Award! The John Lovas Award is given by the journal Kairos to an “outstanding online project devoted to academic pursuits.”
Since 2016, the Marginal Syllabus has organized 27 ongoing “annotation conversations” with educators about equity in teaching and learning. Currently in its third iteration, the Marginal Syllabus is now a multi-stakeholder partnership among the National Writing Project, the National Council of Teachers of English, the web annotation non-profit Hypothesis, publishers of scholarship, K-12 educators, and university.
The research award team consists of Remi Kalir (University of Colorado Denver), Christina Cantrill (National Writing Project), Joe Dillon (Aurora Public Schools/Denver Writing Project), and Jeremy Dean (Hypothesis). Congratulations!!
For more information on the award and the research team’s proposal, click here: http://marginalsyllab.us/info-updates/marginal-syllabus-wins-2019-john-lovas-award/