WAC and TFT: A Critical Incident

[…] despite these impediments, we found that students actively make use of the prior knowledge and practice they do have, and in three ways: […] 3. ...

Digital Reading and Lanham’s Looking

In my digital rhetoric course this morning I asked students to build on our ongoing conversations about genre and the rhetorical situation, writing and technolo...

Writing without deadlines

One of the positives of my grad school experience was that I always had (almost too much) advice on the pitfalls ahead and strategies for coming out nearly-unsc...

WAC and TFT

I started teaching a FYW course at CofC keyed to WAC today; the course is called Interdisciplinary Composition. In the course, students examine how disciplines ...

On 3D Printing

The past ten years have been about discovering new ways to create, invent, and work together on the Web. The next ten years will be about applying those lessons...

“interface as exordium”

Carnegie argues that the interface is “a rhetorical means for ensuring that the audience becomes and remains susceptible to persuasion” In other words, the inte...

“what counts as writing”

Noting that we frequently ask students to composing in web 2.0 platforms and applications, we lack an understanding of what counts as writing in a web 2.0 envir...