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Rhetorical Roots and Media Future:

How Podcasting Fits into the Computers and Writing Classroom


Episode 7: Conclusions

In this episode, I wrap this series up and present further thoughts and my conclusions. I will first present some guidelines I have developed for integrating podcasts and provide three response-based podcast assignments.

Links in the Transcript

Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.


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