|From the Links Editor|
by Greg Siering
In this discussion of "informed navigational decisions," Siering explores various linking styles and strategies, explains what he calls the "vlink syndrome," and has a suggestion for software developers that could make our linking lives easier.
The Ten Commandments of MOO Pedagogy|
Janet Cross and Kristian Fuglevik respond to the Summer 1996 Kairos Coverweb with a series of suggestions for teachers in MOO-based environments.
Reviewing the Reviewer
Coordinated by Anthony Rue and Jane Love
A collection of teacher/student projects as well as commentary from more established scholars working in the University Center for Excellence in Teaching's Networked Writing Environment program at the University of Florida. The various contributors create, explain, and extrapolate teaching practices responsive to the postmodern, post-industrial, media-saturated environment of which their students are a part.
|Surveying the Body Electric, or How Voyeurism Transforms Audience and E-valuation|
by Tim Krause, Purdue University
Employing the techniques of "appropriation" and "inversion," Krause demonstrates how the activities of surveillance, voyeurism, and exhibitionism change our definitions of authorship, and asks us to consider how those changes may force us to re-imagine the power we enact and serve in our grading techniques.
Rethinking the Academy: Problems and Possibilities of Teaching, Scholarship, Authority, and Power in Electronic Environments
Hyped-Up for Friends: Cultural Studies and Web Research in Composition
|InterMOO: Joseph Unger|
"Every department needs a Joseph Unger" ... just what do you do when your name becomes a commonplace? Corey Wick and Doug Eyman of Kairos swap pixels with one of the next-generation standardbearers for departmental technologists working in the Humanities.
Mapping New Rhetorical Spaces: Building Bridges from Current to New Technologies
This Place Is Y/our Space; This Space is Y/our Place
Calls For Participation
|The E-List: Resource Reviews For Teachers of Writing|
Coordinated by Sandra Thompson and Camille Langston, Texas Women's University
Michael Joyce's Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics
Beth Baldwin's Conversations: Computer-Mediated Dialogue, Multilogue and Learning
Nick Carbone's and Eric Crump's English Online: A Student's Guide to the Internet and World Wide Web
How can Kairos become more interactive? Help us decide the kinds of changes we'll be making as we close out our first volume of publication and head into 1997.