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Computers and Composition

Volume 28, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Graduate Students Professionalizing in Digital Time/Space: A View From “Down Below”

    Kendall Leon & Stacey Pigg

    As they write in multiple online social spaces, graduate students employ digital writing practices and experiences unaccounted for in previous narratives of professionalization. These practices,... More

    pp. 3-13

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  2. Using I, Robot in the Technical Writing Classroom: Developing a Critical Technological Awareness

    Aaron A. Toscano

    This article calls for technical writing courses to be more engaged in discussions on critical technological awareness. Being critically aware of technology means looking beyond a socially... More

    pp. 14-27

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  3. Networked Assessment

    Jeff Rice

    This essay argues that networked thinking represents a logic applicable to writing assessment. Traditionally, assessment at the programmatic or individual levels depends on the circulation of topoi... More

    pp. 28-39

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  4. Erasing “Property Lines”: A Collaborative Notion of Authorship and Textual Ownership on a Fan Wiki

    Rik Hunter

    The collaborative affordances of the wiki, in conjunction with local literacy practices, have important implications for the development of contemporary online notions of authorship. Using... More

    pp. 40-56

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  5. The Need For Rules: Determining the Usability of Adding Audio to the MOO

    Lora Arduser, Julie M. Davis, Robert Evans, Christine Hubbell, Deanna Mascle, Cheri Mullins & Christopher J. Ryan

    This usability study assesses the impact on user experience when audio is added to a text-based MOO classroom in a large distance learning Ph.D. program. We found that the addition of audio to this... More

    pp. 57-72

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