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Computers and Composition

1994 Volume 11, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Collaboration and Conversation: Three Voices

    Carolyn Guyer, Aurelie C. Seward & Ann M. Green

    Presents an anecdotal inspection of the theory, classroom environment, and application of an experiment with hypertext and developmental writers in a computer-mediated classroom. Notes that the... More

    pp. 3-20

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  2. Building New Networks from the Old: Women's Experiences with Electronic Communications

    Pamela Takayoshi

    Presents research to support the argument that patterns of interaction deeply entrenched within a patriarchal system cannot be undermined simply by offering access to a new medium such as computer-... More

    pp. 21-35

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  3. Computers and Composition in Japan: Notes on Real and Virtual Literacies

    Betty Hart & Margaret Daisley

    Reports on the authors' experiences negotiating within an alien culture while attending and presenting at a conference in Japan. Notes that integrating computer technology in language skills... More

    pp. 37-47

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  4. Using the Eyes of the PC to Teach Revision

    Edward Klonoski

    Argues that writing teachers should seize the initiative and design pedagogically appropriate issues for word-processing technology. Proposes a strategy for designing and employing usage checkers... More

    pp. 71-78

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  5. The Medium Facilitates the Messages: Electronic Discourse and Literature Class Dynamics

    Sheila Ruzycki O'Brien

    Suggests that out-of-class asynchronous computer conferencing can provide both teacher and students within literature classes with student responses to course materials, transforming courses... More

    pp. 79-86

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