My Experience with AI-powered Digital Writing Assistants: An Illustrated Autoethnographic Study — Peace & Quiet

Grammarly

As an assistive technology practitioner, concerns regarding spelling and grammar are frequent. Of the many grammar editing services, Grammarly is typically recommended to clients for the extended editing tools offered. While MS Office’s spelling and grammar checkers have improved, they do not provide the indepth editing Grammarly Premium offers.

This repost of a teacher’s experience using Grammarly to edit student work was insightful. His post also supports what I have found when using Grammarly, offering additional assistance for my grammar errors when writing. With repetition, it also is teaching me a few grammar rules I should have learned many years ago!

Here is a first draft of my Research Proposal. I still need to develop the Literature Review. I look forward to your feedback. Thank you! Introduction: Although online grammar checkers have gained popularity in recent years, there has been limited research conducted on the impact of AI-powered assisted digital writers on students’ revising and editing […]

via My Experience with AI-powered Digital Writing Assistants: An Illustrated Autoethnographic Study — Peace & Quiet

H/T to Peace and Quiet for sharing their experience and insights regarding Grammarly.

About Carol Leynse Harpold, MS, AdEd, OTR/L, ATP, CATIS

OTR/L with more than 35 years experience in pediatrics, school based therapy and adult rehabilitation. Masters of Science in Adaptive Education/Assistive Technology with 20 years experience in AT in education of elementary, middle school, secondary, post secondary and work environments. A RESNA Assistive Technology Practitioner with ACVREP CATIS credentials, servicing adults and students with disabilities in employment, education and home environments. Currently a graduate student in the University of Alabama Birmingham Low Vision Certification Program.
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