CALL FOR WEBTEXTS
Kairos: A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments
Kairos is a webbed journal exploring all aspects of the
pedagogical and scholarly uses of hypertext and other web technologies.
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:
- hypertexts designed to help ground pedagogical theory in classroom praxis;
- reports on empirical research conducted in and related to networked
- editorials from teachers regarding classroom experiences;
- sample syllabi, with notes and commentary from teachers and
- additional material in categories listed below.
Please see our most recent issue at:
Address questions and inquiries to Greg Siering at:
Special Calls for contributions to Kairos 4.1
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 4.1 is "Hypertext Fiction & Poetry: Re-Writing the Writing Classroom." 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,
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: Managing Editor Claudine Keenan,
- internet "classics" like Landow, Nelson, Lanham;
- internet pedagogy texts like English Online, Online!, and Writing the Information Superhighway;
- important new scholarly texts.
Kairos is sponsored by the national Alliance for Computers and Writing, http://english.ttu.edu/acw/