K A I R O SA Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments
Volume 5, Issue 2 Fall 2000
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ISSN 1521-2300
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For an introduction to the CoverWeb concept, see Michael J. Salvo's LoggingOn  piece about the promises and pitfalls of multi-vocal academic texts. If you have questions, problems, concerns, and even if you have good things to say, please use let us know.

  Cover Web

Critical Issues in Computers and Writing:  Strands from C&W 2000

CoverWeb Overview, Joel A. English
A CW2K Strands Metaweb, Dene Grigar, John Barber, and Hugh Burns

Feminism and Technology

"Diets Suck!" and Other Tales of Women's Bodies on the Web
Lisa Gerrard

Women and the Language of Hackerdom: The Gendered Nature of Hacker Jargon
Karen D. Jobe

Who is Reading What I Write? Teaching Audience Awareness to Women Writers Using E-Mail, Virtual Conferencing, Electronic Bulletins and IRC
Lynne Spigelmire Viti

MOO Research Forum

TWUMOO's Interactive Virtual Archives
Dene Grigar

Gendered Statements, Gendered Perceptions: A Study of Perceived Gender Statements
Jennifer L. Bowie

Queer Studies

SeniorNet, ThirdAge, and the Dominant Imaginary: Constructing Alternative Aging Aesthetics
Angela Crow

Out of the Ghetto and onto the Net: Queer and Loathing in Cyberspace
Walt Turner

Teaching with Technology, K-College

Pedagogy, Practice, and the Technology of Writing: Effective K-16 Computer-Mediated Teacher and Student Training Strategies
Carole Clark Papper, Susan K. Reynolds, and Rich Rice

Technology and Literacy

Creating Software for a University Writing Course
Joanne Buckley

CoverWeb: Critical Issues in Computers and Writing:  Strands from C&W 2000