Kairos: A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments

Kairos  is a hypertext journal exploring all aspects of the pedagogical and scholarly uses of hypertext, written in hypertextual format(s). It is designed to serve as a resource for teachers, researchers, and tutors of writing, including: Technical Writing, Business Writing, Professional Communication, Creative Writing, Composition, and Literature.

We are interested in receiving hypertexts addressing the following:

  • hypertexts designed to help ground pedagogical theory in classroom praxis;
  • reports on empirical research conducted in and related to networked writing environments;
  • editorials from teachers regarding classroom experiences;
  • sample syllabi, with notes and commentary from teachers and students;
  • commentary and reviews of on-line resources, including websites, M**space, listservs, newsgroups and print resources;
  • reviews of pertinent software;
  • interactive responses to hypertexts published in previous issues.

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    The June 1996 issue will partially focus on distance learning and M**space. We would be particularly interested in hearing from hypertext authors who have syllabi for M**-oriented classes, or would be willing to review various types of and specific sites for M** interaction. However, we will be happy to consider any h-texts related to writing pedagogy.

    Inquiries are due by February 1, 1996.
    Completed texts for review are due by April 1, 1996.
    Final hypertexts must be completed by May 1, 1996.

    If you are a novice with hypertext, we can help you -- don't let that keep you from submitting!

    Kairos  is sponsored by the Alliance for Computers and Writing.