These five essays originally appeared on the CESL web space but were removed in February 2010 and put here in March 2010. They are replaced exactly as they had appeared; I have tried to restore the dates accurately. Collectively they are known by the title above.
Leverett, T. (2009, Nov.) Noticing and the processes of learning. Moved from http://cesl.siuc.edu/teachers/pd/tech1d.html.
Leverett, T. (2009, Nov.) Grammar-check theory.. Moved from http://cesl.siuc.edu/teachers/pd/tech1c.html.
Leverett, T. (2008, Dec.) Still more questions. Moved from http://cesl.siuc.edu/teachers/pd/tech1b.html.
Leverett, T. (2008, Nov.) Voyage pf discovery: The questions. Moved from http://cesl.siuc.edu/teachers/pd/tech1a.html.
Leverett, T. (2008, Nov.) Green line to the commons: Grammar-check takes esl for a ride. Moved from http://cesl.siuc.edu/teachers/pd/tech1.html.
To be fair, the work on the subject also includes the following blog posts.
Leverett, T. (2010, Jan. 7). Grammar checkers - one more time. This is your brain weblog. http://thisisyourbrainonweblogs.blogspot.com/2010/01/grammar-checkers-one-more-time.html.
Leverett, T. (2010, Jan. 7). More on grammar checkers. This is your brain weblog. http://thisisyourbrainonweblogs.blogspot.com/2010/01/grammar-checkers-one-more-time.html.
Leverett, T. (2009, Nov.). Grammar-check theory. This is your brain weblog. http://thisisyourbrainonweblogs.blogspot.com/2009/11/grammar-check-theory.html.
Leverett, T. (2009, Nov.). Grammar checkers revisited. This is your brain weblog. http://thisisyourbrainonweblogs.blogspot.com/2009/11/grammar-checkers-revisited.html.
The TESOL presentation that this work was done for is here:
Leverett, T. (2010, Mar.) Grammar technology for better or worse. Internet Fair, Electronic Village, TESOL 2010, Boston MA USA. http://mypage.siu.edu/leverett/fbow.html.