Computers and Writing TownHall One: Graduate Students Matter(s)!
Featuring the words of Bill Condon, Dene Grigar, Gail E. Hawisher, James Inman, Susan Lang, Rich Rice, Rebecca Rickly, Mike Salvo, and Cynthia Selfe. Site Design by Anne Wysocki.
Computers and Writing TownHall Two: Dancing on the Limbs of Learning
Featuring the words of Sally Henschel, Corinna McLeod, Nancy Patterson, Eric Crump, and Kathy A. Fitch. Site Design by Kathy Fitch.
From the Frontlines
Christopher Carter: The Wired Professor: A Guide to Incorporating the World Wide Web in College Instruction by Anne B. Keating and Joseph Hargitai
Tracy Clark: Visual Communication: A Writer's Guide by Susan Hilligoss
Christopher Dean: The End of Books--Or Books Without End? Reading Interactive Narratives by J. Yellowlees Douglas
Patrice Fleck: The Online Writing Classroom ed. by Susanmarie Harrington, Rebecca Rickly and Michael Day
Jane Lasarenko: Literary Hypertext: Page Versus Pixel from Feed Magazine
Jeff Rice: Literary Hypertext: The Passing of the Golden Age by Robert Coover
Dawn Rodrigues: Writing with a Computer by Michael Palmquist and Donald Zimmerman
Chris Sauer: Weaving a Virtual
Web: Practical Approaches to New Information Technologies ed. by Sibylle Gruber
Ellen Strenski: Good Reasons: The Best Argument Textbook for Freshman Composition by Lester Faigley and Jack Selzer
Carl Whithaus et al: Assessing the Portfolio: Principles for Practice, Theory &
Research by Liz Hamp-Lyons and William Condon
CW2K Graduate Research
Network: The Future of Computers and Writing
A Formal Debate: Can Online Instruction be as Effective as Face-to-Face?
Kairos Meet The Authors