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Discovering Your Inner Starbucks: Personality Quizzes as Cultural and Digital Literacy in FYC
Twitter as a Collaborative Writing and Learning Environment
The Application of New Media within the College Composition Classroom’s Prewriting Pedagogy
Emotional Technoliteracies: Pathos in Social Media and Identity Creation
Pedagogical Models That Build on Existing Digital Literacies: Kindles in the Classroom and Teaching Boolean Logic Using Social Media
The Fall of Wikipedia: When Crowdsourcing Fails
The Case of MNsure.org and the Intervention of Citizen Writers
Writing and the Web: Using Web Design and Online Social Media in First Year Composition Classrooms
Incoming Digital Writing Transfer
Seeking the Rhetoric of Literary Criticism Online
Digital Autography: Social Media and Cultural Narratives of "Personal" Experience
Digital Autography: Social Media and Cultural Narratives of "Personal" Experience
Assembling Your Own U2: Reading, Research, and Writing in Transmediated Territories
Re/Fashioning and Re/Imagining Community: Identities, Performances, and Online Spaces
The Rhetoric of Audience Empathy: Why Love is a Practical Necessity for Critical Reading in the Social Media Age
Tweeting the Discipline: Knowledge Construction in Digital Spheres and Academic Conferences
Women's Health and Fitness on Pinterest: An Examination of the Formation of Idealized Bodies
ReTweets for Whales: The Role of Twitter in the #Blackfish Phenomenon
The Technoliteracy of Impact, or How to Use Bibliometrics and Get Noticed
“Yes We Can” - Slacktivism and the Social Justice Warrior: Pejorative identities that dissuade and discredit activism
Rustic or Vintage Glam?: Pinterest as a Wedding Planning Tool
“Should I say that?”: Venting, Repercussions, and Self-censorship on Social Media
Remaking Moby-Dick as In(ter)vention
Tweeting to Build Digital Counterpublics: Rethinking Epideictic Rhetoric through Thai Hashtag Activism
Technoliterate In(ter)ventions: Surveillance, Privacy, and Net Neutrality
Hashtag Activism as Intervention: The Promise and Risk of “Attention”
The New York Public Library: Digitally Remade, Not Undone
Emoj(il)literacy: toward a grammar of pictographs
Media and the Dynamic Interventions between Authors and Users In Crafting Communities
Critical Making vs. Disruptive Innovation
“Wrestling with Audience: Fans Hit the Mark as the YES! Movement Flips the Script”
The Politics of Social Media: Recovering Nomos and Custom for Political Communities in Social Media
The Politics of Social Media: Recovering Nomos and Custom for Political Communities in Social Media
An Invention for the Sake of intervention: Google Glass and the Examined Life
Sites of Intervention: Re-Imagining Invention and Delivery on Twitter and Yik Yak
Tracing Women’s Technoliterate Experiences: Challenging Cultural Assumptions through Media Rhetorics, #GamerGate, & Activist Initiatives
Visually Communicating Visual Impairments
Public Protest 2.0: Transforming Twitter into a Public Place for Protest
Technological Inventions and Embodied Interventions
Civic Engagement Ap: Empowering Slacktivist Rhetors to Enact "Real World" Social Change
Trust in the quantified self and in quantified others: Credibility features of aggregated patient data displays
Transcontextual Interventions in Digital Literacy Research
Disability FTW! Activism, Embodiment, and Online Communities
A Troll by Any Other Name? : Utilizing Social Media Ethics in the Composition Classroom
Tumblr & the Framework of Rigorous Play: Digital Interventions for Multilingual Students
Talk to the Talkers: what is academic podcasting all about?
Hunting and Gathering: Tweeting #cwcon
In(ter)ventions in the Community: Blogging for Nonprofits and High-Stakes Writing within FYC
Beyond Social Networks: Mapping the Landscape of Dynamic Online Communities
Building a Body: Intersections of Technology, Literacy, and the Body in Online Spaces
Presenting Ourselfies: Practicing Social Media Ethos through the Selfie
#TeachwithTwitter: The Personal to the Public and the Professional
So Who's Right? Analyzing Rhetorical Leverage Points of #Gamergate to Discuss Ethics and Stakeholders
Transformative Composition and Performativity: Digital Scholarly Work as Academic Fanfiction
"You can see the love and sisterhood": Embodied Visual Argument in a Social Sorority
Aging, E-literacy, and Technology: Participatory User-centered Design for Older Adults’ Digital Engagement
Boldly Speaking Where No One Has Spoken Before: Parrhesia, Risk, and Truth-Telling in Digital Spaces
The Terminator Agonistes: Cyborgs in the Popular Imagination
Self Disclosure and Censorship in Facebook Status Updates
Self Disclosure and Censorship in Facebook Status Updates
Audience as Network: A Web 2.0 Circulating Discourse
Reveal the myth of (in)directness: A study on Chinese social media users’ rhetorical preference
Reveal the myth of (in)directness: A study on Chinese social media users’ rhetorical preference
Race, Writing, and Web 2: Introducing Students to Online Discussion
Entanglements of Literacy: Twitter, King Lear, and Graduate Composition
Engaging Multiliteracies, Engaging Communities: The Digital Rhetoric Collaborative
Empowering and Sustaining Graduate Student Peer Mentoring
Mobile Media: Histories, Aesthetics, and Ethics
Sustaining Critical Literacies in an Age of Digital Surveillance