K A I R O SA Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments
Volume 6, Issue 2 Fall 2001
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ISSN 1521-2300
Sponsored By: The Alliance for computers and WritingCall for Hypertexts


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.

Special Kairos Call for CoverWeb texts: Exceptionality and Disability

Kairos invites submissions for a Spring 2002 CoverWeb about exceptionality/disability in the classroom. Sharing ideas, practice-based research, theoretical explorations, and anecdotes about exceptional/disabled teaching and learning can help us to understand the challenges on new levels.

  Cover Web

Critical Issues in Computers and Writing:  Strands from C&W 2001

CoverWeb Overview
Linda Hanson and Rich Rice

CW2001 Conference Review
Megan Hughes


Gauging the Value of Online Grade Posting: An Inquiry into Full Disclosure
Michael Knievel

Accountable Assessment in the Age of Digital Labor
Michelle Glaros

The Flash or the Trash: Web Portfolios and Writing Assessment
Janice McIntire-Strasburg

Developing a University-Wide Electronic Portfolio System for Teacher Education
Laurie Mullen, Bill Bauer, and Web Newbold

Distance Education

So You've Decided to Develop A Distance Education Class ...
Cynthia L. Walker

Teaching Professional Writing Online with Electronic Peer Response
Terry Tannacito

'The Young Are Rude Today': Reflections on Distance-Delivered Courses
Debra S. Knutson

A Various Language: Knowledge, Online Learning, and Harcourt College
Rick Branscomb

E-Pedagogy: Deleuze and Guattari in the Web-Design Class
Elizabeth Pass

Electronic Communication Across the Curriculum (ECAC)

Acting On or Acting With: Academe's Promotion of Exclusionary Participation in the Virtual Sphere
Nancy Myers

The Return of the Cybersemiotics of Alienation
Keith Rhodes

Reform or Mythos? Integrating Technology into College Classrooms
Joan Latchaw

Gender Issues in Technology and Writing

Surely Teaching Hypertext in the Composition Classroom Qualifies as a Feminist Pedagogy?
Carlton Clark

Cybering Towards an Audience: Do Women Find a New/Different Voice in an Electronic Forum?
Lynne Spigelmire Viti

alpha test: rethinking computer literacy, research, and academic honesty
Danielle Nicole DeVoss

Idols of Lust, Creatures of Whims & Will: Representations of (Anti) Feminism in the Interactive Narrative
Zach Waggoner (design by Serene Santi)


Technopoetics of Connection
Susan Antlitz

'Cobwebs in the Sky': Reggio's Koyaanisqatsi as Hypertext
Joe Essid

Evaluating Student-Created Hypertexts: a map
Carl Whithaus

Hypertext and Pedagogy: Strategies, Techniques, Ideas
Wendy Warren Austin, Jennifer L. Bowie, and Billie Jones

Queer Studies

Responding Queer
Angela Crow

Hypertextuality's Queer Chorography
Margaret Morrison

Teaching with Technology, K-College

The Technological Professionalization of Preservice Secondary Education Teachers
Deborah Brown and David Elias

Learning to Write: Learning about Sustainability
Bernadette Longo

Using the Internet to Teach for Social Justice
Lori Mayo

Dealing With Inequities: When Students in the Same Class Have Different Access
Lisa Hammond Rashley