Volume 7, Issue 2 Summer 2002
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Special Issue: Technology, Popular Culture, and the Art of Teaching
Cover Graphic by Steven Gregg

Technology, Popular Culture, and the Art of Teaching: A Special Issue

Cheryl Reed and James A. Inman, Editors

Section One: Intersections in Theory and Practice

Elizabeth Losh: Terrorism, Teaching, and Technology: Reading for Rhetoric in September 11th Documents on the Internet

Joe Wilferth: Private Literacies, Popular Culture, and Going Public: Teachers and Students as Authors of the Electronic Portfolio

Krista Homicz and Petra Dreiser: Teaching Popular Movies in the Writing Classroom: Working with Resistance and Pleasure

Alice Trupe:Academic Literacy in a Wired World: Redefining Genres for College Writing Courses

James A. Inman and Sandra L. Inman: Student Writers and Images of Nursing in Popular Culture: Informed Pedagogy, Curricular Interventions

Robert F. Brooks: Communication as the Foundation of Distance Education

Section Two: Intersections in Classroom Assignments

Jennifer Ahern: Writing The X-Files

Cari M. Carpenter: Feminist Technologies and the Women's Studies Classroom

Dagmar Stuehrk Corrigan and Chidsey Dickson: E-zines and Composition

Michael Day: Evaluating Pop Culture Webbed Resources for Research

Jillana Enteen and Radhika Gajjala: Globalization and Intercultural Communication: A Virtual Exchange Project

Christy Friend and Marc Minsker: Merit vs. Diversity? A Simulation Exercise Introducing Students to Ethical Arguments

Mary Grover: Analyzing Marketing Websites

James A. Inman, Rachel Fields Hallberg, and Courtney Thayer: Disney Promotional Poster Analysis: A Post-Hypertextual Assignment

Sara D. Jenkins: The Matrix in First-Year Composition

Cynthia Johnson: A Few Cool Ways You Too Can Use MOOs

Billie J. Jones: Great Ideas: A Collaborative Web Assignment

Traci M. Kelly: Tales of the Elders: An Oral History Project

Jamie Marchant: Engaging Television

Doreen Piano: Analyzing a WebZine

Jeff Rice: The Handbook of Cool

E. Stone Shiflet: Shifting the Triangle: Critical Thinking Through the Mediation of Forensic and Media Discourse

Ed Teall: Argument Writing and The Simpsons

Patricia Ventura: The Essay and the Websay

Sean D. Williams: Constructing Digitality: A Sequence of Assignments

Nancy Wilson: Current Issues: GQ and The New Yorker Meet Classical Rhetoric

Joanna Wolfe: Computers and the Law: Engaging Students in Legal Arguments

Mark Zeltner: New Media and the Slow Death of the Written Word