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We welcome contributions to this blog from practising teachers and researchers in the education/educational technology/higher education space.

Articles should be 500-1500 words long and must broadly relate to language use in higher education. While we particularly welcome articles that describe how teachers are using Quantext, we are interested in any applications of text analysis, the interplay between student and teacher language and issues related to formative assessment of short- and long-form student writing. Articles should have a strong practice focus and provide ideas, tools or techniques that teachers can apply in their own practice. Articles may be personal reflections or research-based, they should be written in an informal style and provide links to references.

Please email your contribution together with a short bio (less than 100 words) to:

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