|Session or Presentation||Proceedings Authors||Proceedings Draft|
|A4: Beyond a Single Language/Single Modality: Crossing Multimodal/Translingual Pedagogies||Ann Shivers-McNair, Cristina Sanchez-Martin, Laura Gonzales, Lilian Mina, Jaclyn Fiscus||
During this presentation, presenters shared course syllabi, activities, and assignments that enact translingual/multimodal pedagogies. These materials were developed and used by five instructors at four different institutions, all of which value the importance of digital and linguistic diversity...More
|A5: The Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative as an Instructional Tool: Cross-Community Connections and Collaborations||Merideth Garcia, Adrienne Raw, Naomi Silver, Paula Miller||
The four authors listed above will craft a proceedings document from the collaboratively taken notes during the breakout sessions of the workshop, supported by images from the slideshow presentation used to anchor the activities that encouraged different avenues of exploration for the...More
|A9: Online Affinities and Digital Boundaries||Jeaneen Canfield|
|B1: Archiving Social Media, Video Games, and Electracy: bridging disciplines and promoting literacies in first-year composition||T. Mark Bentley, Kendra Andrews, Desiree Dighton|
|B4: Seriously: Catching the Second Wave in Digital Scholarship and Pedagogy||Xiaobo Wang, Molly Starkweather, Marcia Bost||
Our session was presented in three different modes: Belle Wang presented used a Prezi; Marcia Bost used a PowerPoint with internet links; Molly Starkweather demonstrated the use of an Adobe Connect room. Attached is a rough draft of Marcia's PowerPoint. We will write an introduction and provide...More
|B9: Building and Designing Collaboration||Allison Hutchison||
I have a paper entitled, "Procedural Rhetoric in the Canvas App: Pandas and Passing Grades," on which my presentation was based. I also have the presentation slides which accompany this paper.
|C4: Material Digital Rhetoric: An Upcycling Tech Craft Workshop||Brenta Blevins|
|C11: Digital Tools, Access and Writing||Daniel Hocutt||
I will be posting the paper I used for this presentation, along with the digital slides. -Daniel Hocutt
|D10: Video Games and Gameplay||Joy Robinson, Halcyon Lawrence|
|D2: Boundary Work: Designing a Composition Archive for Research and Mentoring Across Disciplines||C Bradley Dilger, Shelley Staples, Zhaozhe Wang, Lindsey Macdonald, Michelle McMullin||
We will participate in the proceedings by creating an essay from our talks, including our slides (as images or text) and a summary of the discussion which followed the session.
We've uploaded our slide deck and handout here: ...More
|D4: Rhetorical Carpentry: Reconstructing Video and Rescuing Critique||Dan Anderson, Adam Engel, Jason Loan||
We worked through a set of short, modular presentations mostly...More
|D6: Crip Virtualities, Queer Subjectivities, and Disabled Embodiment||Franny Howes||
I would like to develop the mini-zine I made that went along with this session into a short digital text with a little bit more context than I was able to provide during the actual session. --Franny Howes
|E6: Embodied literacies: identity and digital discourses (Wilkes)||Lydia Wilkes, Casey Miles||
In the proceeding for my presentation on the queer techne of videomaking in The Gender Project, I would like to include a bit more developed understanding of the queer methodology of the project - critical praxis (Sullivan & Porter), queer techne (Alexander & Rhodes), queer consent (...More
|E6: Embodied literacies: identity and digital discourses (Miles)||Casey Miles, Lydia Wilkes||
While I gave my presentation about white fragility in online writing classrooms, a white woman interrupted me to say two things: 1. The incident I was describing from an OWC, which I had labeled the most racist occurrence I'd encountered in ten years of teaching college writing, didn't seem...More,
In the proceeding for my presentation on the queer techne of videomaking in The Gender Project, I would like to include a bit more developed understanding of the queer methodology of the project - critical praxis (Sullivan & Porter), queer techne (Alexander & Rhodes), queer...More
|F9: Writing Pedagogies||Margaret Moore, Pamela Chisum||
The Proceedings from our session focuses on the mainstreaming of students with disabilities that are physically obvious--whether it's Autism, Down's Syndrome, or Cerebral Palsy, among others, the average person can immediately discern that there is something different about a particular ...More
|F1: Locating Game Design in the Studio and in the Classroom||Daniel Singer||
This piece is in development. I'm following a line of inquiry I began in the presentation about the interactions of genre ecologies, what I'm calling "document ecologies," and a specialized locativity in and beyond online writing instructional games (OWIGs). A significant body of work has...More
|F4: Mini-Workshop: Markdown||Derek Van Ittersum, Patrick Berry, Tim Lockridge||
Although our panel was a workshop rather than a research presentation, our workshop developed out of a research project investigating how and why writers use emerging writing technologies like Markdown instead of word processors. Markdown is a markup syntax that offers a simplified way of...More
|G2: The Contingent Labor of Online Course Delivery: Designing, Implementing, and Maintaining Digital Innovation in Writing Programs||Mary Stewart||
These proceedings describe one presentation from a three-person panel. My co-panelists were Jenae Cohn (Stanford University) and Beth Pearsall (University of California-Davis)....More
|G4: Rhetorics of Social Media I||Eric James Stephens, Brenta Blevins||
Fight Club and Social Media: Turning to Electracy and Technology to Teach Argumentation
Eric James Stephens, Clemson University
When I taught argumentation, the importance...More
|G6: What Does Feminism Look Like?: Defining Feminism and Fandom through #FeministsAreUgly, #TheBachelorette, and #ScreamQueens||Kristi McDuffie, Melissa Ames, Barbi Smyser-Fauble|
|G1: Digital Research Methods: Databases, Ethics, Enactments, Histories, and Processes||Megan McIntyre, Rik Hunter, Kerry Banazek, Kelsey Cameron||
Making a webpage to introduce the roundtable and embed our lightning talks. Draft here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6141328/drm-cwcon2016/digital-resear...
|H1: Brad Pitt Wants to Know "What's in the Box": How Technology, Rhetoric, and Disability Studies Play a Key Role in Breaking (open) Black Boxes||Alyssa Hillary||
Alyssa Hillary's proceedings draft is a cleaned up version of their transcript. The original transcript can be found here. Comments and suggestions on the draft are...More
|H4: Consolidation as Exploration: An Opportunity for Redefining Boundaries for Digital Writers||Jeffrey Greene, Kim Haimes-Korn, Pete Rorabaugh||
When we first proposed the session during the fall of 2015, we assumed that our degree would be approved by the time of #cwcon, and we'd be talking about it "from the other side." Instead, we ran into enormous institutional hurdles and the program did not receive approval. However, more...More
|H6: The Orthos Project: Testing the Boundaries Between Hybrid and Computer Assisted Learning in First-Year Composition||Douglas Hall, Robin Wharton, Paige Arrington||
We are creating a webtext that provides an overview of the session discussion. The draft, which is still a work in progress, can be accessed at http://orthosproject.robinwharton.net/the-orthos-project/index.
|H10: Seeing it differently: Visualization and making in research and pedagogy (Navickas)||Kate Navickas||
Kate Navickas, Locating Home: Mapping & Making Pedagogy
At CCCC 2012, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) launched the Writing Studies Trees website, a digital crowdsourced database for building and connecting academic genealogies. While the site has begun to...More
|H10: Seeing it differently: Visualization and making in research and pedagogy (Shapiro)||Rachael Shapiro||
Here is the link for my proceedings submission.
"Visualizing Arguments: Infographics, Layers of Literacies, and Making Space to Dwell" [TEXT ONLY VERSION]
|H2: Pedagogical Challenges|
|I8: The Technological We: How Our Tools Tell the Stories that Compose Us (Macarthy)||Frank Macarthy|
|I8: The Technological We: How Our Tools Tell the Stories that Compose Us (Walker)||Joyce R. Walker|
|I8: The Technological We: How Our Tools Tell the Stories that Compose Us (Warren-Riley)||Sarah Warren-Riley|
|J2: Blurring Boundaries with/in Online Archives: The Case of the Museum of Everyday Writing||Megan Keaton||
Proceedings: Blurring Boundaries with/in Online Archives: The Case of the Museum of Everyday Writing
At the 2016 Computers and Writing conference, Megan Keaton, Jennifer Enoch, and Amy Cicchino spoke about the process of creating and maintaining...More
|J3: Left to Their Own Devices: Dis/allowing Students' Use of Technology in the Classroom||Jay Gordon, Karen Kaiser Lee, Chris Friend, Jennifer Justice, Patricia Poblete||
This will include each panelist's policy / syllabus statement on students' use of technology (mainly smart phones) during class time. We hope to capture the engaging discussion we had during our roundtable.
|Computers & ... Professional and Technical Writing||Doug Eyman, Quinn Warnick, Danielle Nicole DeVoss, Angela Haas, Barbi Smyser-Fauble, Allison Hitt, Jill Belli, Wendi Sierra, Bill Hart-Davidson||
Each presenter will draft/revise/review their statements from the townhall; Doug will collect and edit, adding the session description/intro and the Q&A responses.
|Recovering Pasts for the Future||Cynthia L. Selfe, Kristine Blair, Gail Hawisher, Mike Palmquist, Janice Walker, Will Hochman, Daniel Anderson, Michael Day, kathleen yancey, Lisa Gerrard||
Participants will coordinate with Cheryl Ball to use the audio recordings of the session to develop proceedings.
|After a Decade of Social Media: The Landscape of Social Media in Writing Instruction Today - Stephanie Vie||Stephanie Vie||
I will be revising this keynote talk for the proceedings.