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, Literature and a wide variety of humanities-based scholarship.

We are interested in receiving submissions addressing (but not limited to) the following:

Please see our most recent issue at:

Inquiries for the Spring 1998 issue are due no later than May 15, 1997.
Completed texts for review are due by September 1, 1997.
Target publication date for the Spring 1998 issue is October 15, 1997.
Address questions and inquiries to Editor Mick Doherty at: mick@rpi.edu

Special Calls for contributions to Kairos  3.1

Coverweb texts: The Coverweb project is a multi-vocal, multi-linear hypertext collaboratively written and reviewed for each issue of the journal. The Coverweb topic for issue 3.1 is "Intellectual Propert, Copyright, Plagiarism and Electronic Writing Spaces." The actual implementation of this topic is open to interpretation; all proposals will be considered. Proposals are also sought for future Coverweb topics. Contact: Coverweb Editor Douglas Eyman, eymand@wilmington.net.

News and Reviews: We are seeking news articles/webtexts that focus on Distance Education or Virtual Universities; "E-List" reviews of Distance Education listservs, listprocs or newsgroups; Conference wrap-up reports for CCCC, C&W, NEACW, MAACW and other related events; Software and website reviews of teaching tools and resources; Reviews of "PaperTexts" in any of three categories:

Contact: Sections Editor Claudine Keenan, cgk4@psu.edu
Kairos  is sponsored by the national Alliance for Computers and Writing, http://english.ttu.edu/acw/