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Computers and Composition

Volume 26, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Re-designing Graduate Education in Composition and Rhetoric: The Use of Remix as Concept, Material, and Method

    Kathleen Blake Yancey

    Graduate education, in rhetoric and composition as in other fields, often makes changes incrementally. Occasionally, however, programs encounter a different exigence, usually as they initiate a... More

    pp. 4-12

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  2. Remediating Knowledge-Making Spaces in the Graduate Curriculum: Developing and Sustaining Multimodal Teaching and Research

    Meredith Graupner, Lee Nickoson-Massey & Kristine Blair

    Functional, critical, and rhetorical training in multimodal teaching and research must span all aspects of professional development within the graduate curriculum in order to best prepare emerging ... More

    pp. 13-23

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  3. Articulating “Responsivity” in Context: Re-making the M.A. in Composition and Rhetoric for the Electronic Age

    Michael Knievel & Mary P. Sheridan-Rabideau

    To foster a meaningful graduate-level program in writing studies, we as a discipline need to attend more explicitly to a greater range of stakeholders (e.g., our states’ citizens, government, and... More

    pp. 24-37

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  4. Contrails of Learning: Using New Technologies for Vertical Knowledge-building

    Chris M. Anson & Susan K. Miller-Cochran

    Higher education is still dominated by objectivist models of learning involving experts who convey information to novices. Educational research has shown that this model is less effective than more... More

    pp. 38-48

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  5. Developing Sustainable Research Networks in Graduate Education

    Douglas Eyman, Stephanie Sheffield & Dànielle Nicole DeVoss

    The traditional modes of knowledge production and circulation in academia are (slowly but surely) shifting from the hierarchical, top-down systems of print to the distributed, bottom-up systems of ... More

    pp. 49-57

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