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Together, Anne Frances Wysocki and Dennis Lynch have over 60 years experience of teaching writing and rhetoric in universities and literacy programs. Together and alone, they have published broadly on rhetoric, writing, and new literacies; developed print and digital learning materials; and offered workshops across the country. Dennis has run writing programs and teacher preparation programs; Anne has developed learning materials on digital and print literacies, life skills, and three-dimensional visualization for organizations ranging from Apple to the Los Angeles Conservation Corps, from the U.S. Government to Public/Private Ventures.
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