G9: Everyday Methods: Tools of the Digital Scholar


Presenters for this session

James Schirmer's picture
University of Michigan-Flint
Charlene Kwon's picture
Temple University
Allison Hitt's picture
Syracuse University
Jen Michaels's picture
The Ohio State University
Cate Blouke's picture
University of Texas at Austin
Quinn Warnick's picture
Virginia Tech
Tim Lockridge's picture
Miami University
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Everyday Methods: Tools of the Digital Scholar

This roundtable explores the role of specific technologies and practices in the day-to-day life of the digital writing scholar—what we call “everyday methods.” Seven panelists will offer brief, three-to-five-minute arguments or narratives that describe, challenge, or reimagine the evolving tools of the digital scholar. Panelists will approach these everyday methods from a variety of scholarly perspectives, including literacy, sustainability, access, and ownership. We hope, through these brief talks and a longer audience-interactive conversation afterward, to consider how our field might develop and encourage more support for everyday methods in our professional, scholarly communities.

Communities, Convolutions, Evolutions, Individuals, Technologies digital scholarship, methods, professionalization Cate Blouke, Allison Hitt, Charlene Kwon, Tim Lockridge, Jen Michaels, James Schirmer, Quinn Warnick


Merideth Garcia has volunteered to review this panel for the Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative