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Computers and Composition

June 2019 Volume 52, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Analyzing and Theorizing Writing Teachers’ Approaches to Using New Media Technologies

    Lilian W. Mina

    After numerous calls for writing teachers to be critical users of technology, this study take up these calls and empirically examines teachers’ approaches to using new media in teaching FYW classes... More

    pp. 1-16

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  2. Online Doctoral Students Writing for Scholarly Publication

    Katherine J. Kirkpatrick

    Scholarly publication remains an indication that doctoral students have successfully joined their field’s dialogue—that they are doing the work of scholars, which is critical to their career... More

    pp. 19-36

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  3. The Community of Inquiry Survey: An Assessment Instrument for Online Writing Courses

    Mary K. Stewart

    The Community of Inquiry (CoI) Survey (Arbaugh et al., 2008) has been thoroughly validated as a measurement of the extent to which students engage in collaborative learning online. However, despite... More

    pp. 37-52

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  4. From Opportunities to Outcomes: The Wikipedia-Based Writing Assignment

    Matthew A. Vetter, Department of English; Zachary J. McDowell, Department of Communication; Mahala Stewart, Department of Sociology

    Over the past decade, compositionists have made a number of claims about opportunities presented by Wikipedia for teaching writing. The encyclopedia allows for transparent observation of concepts... More

    pp. 53-64

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  5. Resisting “Let’s Eat Grandma”: The Rhetorical Potential of Grammar Memes

    Jamie White-Farnham

    Analysis of 50 grammar memes through the lenses of participatory culture on social media and classical topoi reveals that most grammar memes resist the growing and progressive position that a wide ... More

    pp. 210-221

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