Response, Replies, and Commentary
Jennifer Bowie, Response Editor
By Janice R. Walker & an et al. of all the GRN participants.
"The Graduate Research Network was created to provide a chance for graduate
students to talk about the work they are doing in Computers and Writing,
to get feedback and suggestions, to ask questions, and to connect with
others doing work in similar areas. And, for discussion leaders,
the GRN was a chance to learn about exciting new projects, to invigorate
their own work, and to make connections with future colleagues in computers
and writing." This piece looks at the GRN with comments, reflections,
quotes, and thoughts on the future.
A Formal Debate: Can Online Instruction be as
Effective as Face-to-Face?
"Intended to be a debate between those who advocate completely online
instruction and those who resist it, the title is a bit of
|Kairos Meet The Authors
KMTA is an interactive series featuring the authors of Kairos webtexts
hosted and coordinated in association with the journal's electronic partner,
Cheryl E. Ball joined us for an interactive discussion
of her work "Heading
South." "Heading South" is a hypertextual poetry project with three
interlinked poems, reflections on family connections, a class project,
and a journey.
The September Series:
Amy Beasley, Sherry Mitchell, Connie Chismar (in absentia), Resha Paumier, Nancy Ruff, and Donna Spehar authors of "Team-Teaching in the Virtual Writing Class" join us for a look at their work that explores teachers and students becoming students of virtual writing space.
Ted Nellen, an author of "Cyber
Learning is Authentic Learning: Practical Theory is the Cadence to Which
Teachers March," joined us to discuss learning,
its requirements, its methods, its goals, and how we learn.
Call for Contributions
Have an exciting class this term? Interested in talking with Kairos authors? Response is the section for you! Contact Response Editor Jennifer Bowie (firstname.lastname@example.org) to talk more about the possibilities.