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CoverWeb · Beyond Normal: Teaching and Learning in Virtual Spaces, C & W 2002

Susan Antlitz, Will Banks, Ron Fortune, and Jim Kalmbach

CoverWeb Introduction
Susan Antlitz, Will Banks, Ron Fortune, Jim Kalmbach

Memories of Normal
Bruce Leland

Issues in Online Teaching and Learning

Virtual Kairos: Audience in Virtual Spaces
Rebecca Lucy Busker

Why We Need More Assessment of Online Composition Courses: A Brief History
Cristie Cowles Charles

As It Was in the Beginning: Distance Education and Technology Past, Present, and Future
T. Fishman

Writing Classes in the Virtual Age: Graduate Students and Professors as Co-Conspirators
Cheryl Greene, Teryl Sands-Herz, Zach Waggoner, and Patricia Webb

Learner Access in the Virtual Classroom: The Ethics of Assessing Online Learning
Larry Lafond

Portfolio Assessment and the Learning Record Online
Kelly Martin

Armchair Cyber Travelers: A Kansas City - Cairo Discussion Group
Safia El Wakil and Daniel J. Martin

Perception Is All: Using Audio Files To Reach Across the Divide
Jack Wilson

Technology and Pedagogy

Ravers on the Web:  Resistance, Multidimensionality, and Writing (about) Youth Cultures
Jonathan Alexander

Bytes and Sites: Ethnography as a Writing Pedagogy in a Digital Age
Amy KM Hawkins

Connecting Video Games and Storytelling to Teach Narratives In First-Year Composition
Zoevera A. Jackson

Shades of 2001: Is CAL Just another HAL?
Gloria McMillan

A Psycho-Somatic Struggle Toward an Ecological Understanding of the Pedagogy of Computers and Writing
Temi Rose

Pushing and Pulling Toward the Middle
Peter Sands

A Comparison of E-Response: Two Experiences; One Conclusion
Terry Tannacito and Frank Tuzi

The Third Wave: Yes, But Can They Write?
Janice R. Walker

New Media/Electronic Literature

[Continuing to] Mind the Gap: Teaching Image and Text in New Media Spaces
Kathie Gossett, Carrie A. Lamanna, Joseph Squier, Joyce R. Walker

Experiments in Irrational Exuberance: The Present and Future of Electronic Literature or How I Became E-Literate
Scott Rettberg

(Techno)Barbarians at the Gate? Anxiety, Technology, and The Pursuit of Literature
Kevin Swafford

A Bookling Monument
Anne Frances Wysocki

Hypertext Theory and Practice

Hypertext Theory and the Rhetoric of Empowerment: A Feminist Alternative
Carlton L. Clark

Elécríture: A Course in Women's Writing on the Web
Jane Love

Produced Space: Thinking and Teaching Spatial Theory with Hypertext
Brendan Riley

Web Writing and Community Service in Freshman Composition
Madeleine Sorapure

Terminal Narcissus and the Posthuman: Reflexivity and Augmentation Through the Hypertext Mirror
Steven Wexler

Computers and Writing Professional Issues

Kairotic Technologization
Angelo Bonadonna and Megan Hughes

Collaborative Configurations: Researching the Literacies of Technology
Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe

Graduate Education and Computers and Writing: Beyond the Graduate Research Network
Janice R. Walker, Susan Antlitz, Michael Day, Bradley Dilger, Traci Gardner, Joan Latchaw, Karen Lunsford, Gloria McMillan, Veronica Pantoja, Mark Richardson, Rebecca Rickly, John Walter

Revealing Codes: Cognitive Mapping of Writing, Computers, and Grants at the Post-Modern University
Robert Samuels