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Best Practices of Writing with Computers: Using What We Know and Knowing What We Use Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2005:1
Best practices of writing with computers have emerged from research and teaching in the fields of both composition and computer-mediated communication. Leveraging the research and networked writing environments has supported writing instruction in...
Narratives of Self in Networked Communications Computers and Composition (ISSN-8755-4615) 14:1
Suggests that the revolutionary potentials of network technologies are not intrinsic to the technologies. Uses experiences of Daedalus Interchange in composition classrooms to argue for critical engagement with technologies. Suggests that unless...
The Debate about Online Learning: Key Issues for Writing Teachers Computers and Composition (ISSN-8755-4615) 18:4
Addresses faculty members' fears about how they and students in their classes will change as distance-education courses are introduced into university curricula. Considers three especially important areas of change: teacher roles, education goals,...