On Further Review
Reviews of Papertexts
Nick Carbone, Reviews Editor
a Web Resource Guide
by Michael D. Berndt
This review marks the author's search for an appropriate Web resource guide for his writing courses. A comparison of three textbooks, this essay examines how each supports different approaches to the integration of the Web into a course--from traditional to transformative. Links to each textbook's website are attached.
Wired Style: Principles of English Usage
The Everyday Writer: A Brief Reference
Online! A Reference Guide to Using
A Review of the Bedford Handbook
Recognizing that students spend only a small fraction of their time in our classrooms, this review examines a popular handbook in light of its ability to help students learn about writing on their own, outside of class.
The Bedford Handbook, 5th edition (Hacker)
|Print and Its
by Myron Tuman
In his recently-released book, Purves (d. 1998) asks the big question that concerns many teachers of writing--How is the technology of the Web changing the nature of text and of literacy? In this review, Myron Tuman examines Purves's attempts to answer such questions, situating the work in a larger discourse about the present and future of literacy, culture, and technology.
The Web of Text and the Web of God:
A Review of Transitions: Teaching
Writing in Computer-Supported and Traditional Classrooms