PraxisWiki is a repository of useful and provocative information and ideas for scholars and teachers at the intersections of rhetoric and technology. It invites synopses and discussions of published materials, definitions of important concepts, sketches of major figures and their works, sample syllabi and assignments along with their rationales, teaching narratives and classroom activities, and preliminary discussions of research and projects.
None at this time; see issues below.
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 19.2
Teaching Students How to Write Teaching Evaluations, Nick Carbone (15 Jan 2015)
Great Debating: Combining Ancient and Contemporary Methods of Peer Critique, Steven J. Corbett (8 Oct 2014)
Procedures, Projects, and Programs: Florida State University’s Digital Studio Tutor Handbook, Josh Mehler, Stephen McElroy, and Jennifer Wells (15 Jan 2015)
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 19.1
Why I Still Blog, Lanette Cadle
Digital (Re)Visions: Blending Pedagogical Strategies with Dynamic Classroom Tactics, Gina Szabady, Crystal N. Fodrey, & Celeste Del Russo
Wiki Writing as Cyberfeminist Pedagogical Practice, Rebecca S. Richards
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 18.2
Encouraging Digital Dexterity in Basic Writers, Amy Patterson, Nicole Hancock, & Lynn Reid
Text - Video - Text: Multimodal Remediation with an Eye on Viral Literacy, Dan Wuebben
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 18.1
Suggested Practices for Syllabus Accessibility Statements, Tara Wood & Shannon Madden
Developing Critical Literacy and Critical Thinking through Facebook, David T. Coad
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 17.2
Virtual Teaming: Faculty Collaboration in Online Spaces, Jen Almjeld, Natalia Rybas & Sergey Rybas
Lessons in Generative Design, Publishing, and Circulation: What EM-Journal's First Year Has Taught Us Derek Mueller, Jana Rosinski, Chelsea Lonsdale, Becky Morrison & Adam Nannini
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 17.1
Doing Digital: A Production-Focused Pedagogy, Andy Buchenot and Kristin Prins
Keeping it Real: The Places & Spaces of the Digital Citizen, Ben McCorkle
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 16.2
PraxisWiki: Gregory Ulmer's Electracy: An Archive, Jeremy Cushman and Alex Layne
Focused Topic Tweets for Surface Level Tricks & Treats, Shelley Rodrigo & Elaine Jolayemi
Multimodal Remix and/as Cultural Critique, Dominic Ashby, Amir Hassan, & Mandy Watts
Paying Attention to What's Behind the Curtain: An Introductory HTML Activity, Christine Photinos
Animate to Advocate for Non-profits, Moe Folk
Tracing Rhetorical Style from Prose to New Media: 3.33 Ways, Derek Mueller
Web 2.0 Technologies and Rhetorical Action, Brent Simoneaux
Assessing Remix Assignments: Audio/video and Fair Use, Ben McCorkle
Using Digital Delivery Theory as a Heuristic for Multimodal Video Composing, Chanon Adsanatham
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 15.2
Interaction of Author, Audience, and Purpose in Multimodal Texts: Students' Discovery of Their Role as Composer, Beth Powell, Kara Poe Alexander & Sonya Borton
MySpace, Facebook, and Multimodal Literacy in the Writing Classroom, Jennifer Swartz
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 15.1
Course Management Systems as Ongoing Classroom Memory, Jessica Rivait
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 14.2
For a Wiki, Click Here: Choose Your Own Adventure Stories as a Pedagogical Match for Wiki Interfaces, Matthew Newcomb & Amy Nimon
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 14.1
Working with Wikis in Writing-Intensive Classes, Michelle Navarre Cleary, Suzanne Sanders-Betzold, Polly Hoover & Peggy St. John
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 12.1
Using Web-based Course Tools for Teaching Composition
WebCT as a listening aid for instructors, Sally Chandler.
Using the Social-networking site Facebook as a Teaching Tool, Elaine Childs
Using Blackboard to Develop Process-Oriented Writing, Doug Enders
Why Wiki?, Dundee Lackey
Writing a CMS is Hard: Why You've Never Heard of MagicFunnel, Brian Ladd.
Going Online for Conflict Resolution, Joan Latchaw.
SAKAI Materials for Library Orientations: A Collaboration between the UCSB Libraries and the Writing Program, Karen J. Lunsford & Jane Faulkner with Alison Brown, Vicki Chu, James Ford, Steve Miley & Cassandra Nichols
Building Presence and Community in the Online Class, Michelle Manning
iTunes University, Alex Reid
A community of [on-line] writers: The culture of sharing in course management systems, Kelly Shea
Using Drupal in an Academic Environment, Jeremy Tirrell.
Using Segue Inside and Outside of a Multimodal Composition Classroom, Martha Webber
Integrating Drupal, Flickr, and Mediawiki in a First-year Writing Composition Class, Pavel Zemliansky
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