Looking at the eneriwomaninterface website through recent theories of feminist autobiography and gender performativity, Smith raises questions about how "confession functions within the eneriwomaninterface as a site for mis[s]reading (a gendered misinterpretation of the text) and as radical strategy through which the eneriwoman questions identity and its production."
|by Erin Smith
Western Maryland College
"[R]ecent technological developments, especially those related to increasingly powerful and ubiquitous computer technologies, have raised anew important questions about how we understand ourselves and the implications of those understandings for our communities, cultures, and habitats. [T]hose of us most intimately concerned with matters of writing and technology have some responsibility to turn our attention to the relationship between what we do as teachers and scholars and the potentially catastrophic environmental crises we face as human beings."
|by Robert P. Yagelski
University of Albany, SUNY
Online Writing Instruction (OWI) "is in a
relatively early developmental stage, making this an ideal time to engage in
research that will contribute to the development of our understanding of procedures
and processes associated with OWI. [E]ducators,
scholars, and researchers
|by Beth L. Hewett
Penn State University
Computers and Writing 2001 TownHall Discussions
Moderator Hugh Burns poses the question "What tools have we used in the past or what tools we are using in the present, and why?" Respondents include
For the second TownHall, moderator Dene Grigar asks "What tools will we likely use in the future, and why?" Respondents include