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Teaching first@-year@composition employing Web-based pedagogies: A qualitative study (1999) pp. 1–241
As we approach the Millenium, a large percentage of United States institutions of higher education have access to the WWW. Given the vast amounts of information available on-line, teachers of English would be remiss if they did not introduce some...
Breaking the island chains: A case study exploring the intricate powers of language shared on the World Wide Web
Computers and Composition Vol. 19, No. 3 (2002) pp. 273–284
This article explores how the act of writing and publishing a literacy autobiography on the World Wide Web for an English course at a college located on a small island in the Bahamas gave geographically isolated writers an opportunity to consider...
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 1998 (1998) pp. 1152–1155
Traditionally, teaching is lonely work. Collaboratively taught courses are the rare exception, not the rule. Teacher’s draining schedules leave them little time for meeting with colleagues to discuss new ideas or pedagogies. Worse, departments are...
Computers and Composition Vol. 16, No. 3 (1999) pp. 409–419
The introduction of hypertext markup language (HTML) into the composition classroom often complicates traditional text-bound assignments. The process of incorporating HTML codes into writing can be frustrating because HTML is difficult to learn....