Monday, January 22, 2018

Writing and Teaching in New Media Environments


NB I began this bibliography before there was an internet, back when folks were writing about using word processing in the composition classroom. It’s now a ridiculous bibliography—enormous, rambling, unfocused, impossible. But I can’t bring myself to delete it, nor to break it up into topical bibliographies. If you can nevertheless make some use of it, enjoy!

 

Aarseth, Espen J. “Nonlinearity and Literary Theory.” Hyper/Text/Theory. Ed. George P. Landow. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994. 51-86.

Aarseth, Espen J. Cybertext. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1997.

Agre, Philip E. “Growing a Democratic Culture: John Commons on the Wiring of Civil Society.” Democracy and New Media. Ed. Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn. Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2003. 61-68.

Ahmed, Manzoor. “Introduction: Literacy, Technology and Economic Development.” The Future of Literacy in a Changing World. Ed. Daniel A. Wagner. Rev. ed. Cresskill, NJ: Hampden P, 1999. 317-322.

Alexander, Janet E., and Marsha Ann Tate. Web Wisdom: How to Evaluate and Create Information Quality on the Web . Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1999.

Alexander, Jonathan and William P. Banks. “Sexualities, Technologies, and the Teaching of Writing: A Critical Overview.” Computers and Composition 21.3 (2004): 271-397.

Allen, Christopher. TracingtheEvolutionofSocialSoftware.” Life With Alacrity. October 13, 2004.

Allen, Michael, et al. “Portfolios, WAC, Email, and Assessment: An Inquiry on Portnet.” Situating Portfolios: Four Perspectives. Ed. Kathleen Blake Yancey and Irwin Weiser. Logan: Utah State UP, 1997. 370-84.

Allen, Michael. “Adventures with ‘Robin Hood’: Gender and Conflict on a First-Year Bulletin Board.” Journal of Teaching Writing 13.1-2 (1994): 169-96.

American Library Association. “Fair Use in the Electronic Age: Serving the Public Interest.” Alawon (ALA Washington Office News Line) 4.22 (March 11, 1995).

Amore, Paul. “The Agency of Collaboration: Hypertext and Positive Plagiarism.” Assembly on Computers in English Journal 1.3 (1998): 27-45.

Anderson, Chris. The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More. New York: Hyperion, 2006.

Anzalone, Stephen. “Assisting Literacy with Technology in Lesotho and Belize.” The Future of Literacy in a Changing World. Ed. Daniel A. Wagner. Rev. ed. Cresskill, NJ: Hampden P, 1999. 323-340.

Arnold, George T. Media Writer’s Handbook: A Guide to Common Writing and Editing Problems. 3rd ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 1996, 2003.

Asaravela, Amit. Warning: BlogsCanBeInfectious.” Weblog entry. Wired News 5 Mar. 2004.

Austin, Wendy Warren. “The Research Paper in Cyberspace: Source-Based Writing in the Composition Classroom.” Diss. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2000.

Avrich, Jane, Steven Johnson, Raph Koster, Thomas de Zengotita, and Bill Wasik. “Grand Theft Education: Literacy in the Age of Video Games.” Harper’s (September 2006): 31-39.

Bacig, Thomas D., Robert A. Evans, and Donald W. Larmouth. “Computer-Assisted Instruction in Critical Thinking and Writing: A Process/Model Approach.” Research in the Teaching of English 25.3 (October 1991): 364-83.

Balka, Ellen, and Laurel Doucette. “The Accessibility of Computers to Organizations Serving Women in the Province of Newfoundland: Preliminary Study Results.” The Arachnet Electronic Journal of Virtual Culture 2.3 (1994).

Ball, Cheryl. “Show, Not Tell: The Value of New Media Scholarship.” Computers and Composition 21.4 (2005): 403-425.

Banks, Adam. “Looking Forward to Look Back: Technology, Transformation, and Struggle in African American Rhetoric.” Syracuse University, 7 November 2002.

Banks, Adam J. Race, Rhetoric, and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006.

Barabasi, Aobert-Laszlo. Linked: The New Science of Networks. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002.

Barber, Benjamin R. “Which Technology and Which Democracy?” Democracy and New Media. Ed. Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn. Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2003. 33-48.

Barber, John. “Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Classroom: A Look to the Future.” Composition Forum 7.2 (Fall 1996): 111-118.

Barcos, Barclay. TheYearoftheBlog.” Computers and Composition (Spring 2003). 24 Oct. 2004 .

Barlow, John Perry. “The Economy of Ideas: A Framework for Patents and Copyrights in the Digital Age.” WIRED 2.3 (March 1994): 84-90, 126-29.

Baron, Dennis. “From Pencils to Pixels: The Stages of Literacy Technologies.” Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Ed. Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1999. 15-33.

Baron, Dennis. “Literacy and Technology.” Coming of Age: The Advanced Writing Curriculum. Ed. Linda K. Shamoon, Rebecca Moore Howard, Sandra Jamieson, and Robert A. Schwegler. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Boynton/Cook, 2000. 120.

Baron, Naomi B. Alphabet to Email: How Written English Evolved and Where It’s Heading. New York: Routledge, 2000.

Barrett, Edward, Deborah A. Levinson, and Suzana Lisanti. The MIT Guide to Teaching Web Site Design. Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2001.

Barton, Matthew D. “The Future of Rational-Critical Debate in Online Public Spheres.” Computers and Composition 22.2 (2005): 177-190.

Bausch, Paul, Matthew Haughey, and Meg Hourihan. We Blog: Publishing Online with Weblogs. John Wiley and Sons, 2002.

Bauwens, Michel. ThePoliticalEconomyofPeerProduction.” CTheory 1 Dec. 2005.

Bazerman, Charles. “Politically Wired: The Changing Places of Political Participation in the Age of the Internet.” Information Technology and Organizational Transformation: History, Rhetoric, and Practice . Ed. Joanne Yates and John Van Maanen. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2000.

Bazerman, Charles, and Paul A. Prior, eds. What Writing Does and How It Does It: An Introduction to Analyzing Texts and Textual Practices. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2003.

Bell, Lisa Eastmond. “Preserving the Rhetorical Nature of Tutoring When Going Online.” The Writing Center Director’s Resource Book. Ed. Christina Murphy and Byron L. Stay. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006. 351-358.

Benkler, Yochai. TheWealthofNetworks: HowSocialProductionTransformsMarketsandFreedom. Yale UP, 2006.

Benson, Kirsten F. “The Writer First: Using Computers to Make One-to-One Conferencing More Successful.” The Computer-Assisted Composition Journal 3 (1989): 51-6.

Bernhardt, Stephen A. “The Shape of Text to Come: The Texture of Print on Screens.” College Composition and Communication 44.2 (May 1993): 151-75.

Bernhardt, Stephen A., et al. “Teaching College Composition with Computers: A Program Evaluation Study.” Written Communication 6 (1989): 108-133.

Bernhardt, Stephen A., Patricia G. Wojahn, and Penny R. Edwards. “Teaching College Composition with Computers: A Timed Observation Study.” Written Communication 6 (1989): 342-374.

Bettig, Ronald V. “The Enclosure of Cyberspace.” Critical Studies in Mass Communication 14.2 (1997).

Bezemer, Jeff, and Gunther Kress. “Writing in Multimodal Texts: A Social Semiotic Account of Designs for Learning.” Written Communication 25.2 (April 2008): 166-195.

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Birkerts, Sven. The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age . Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994.

Bishop, Tricia. “Email Trips Up Lawyers.” San Francisco Chronicle 12 Dec. 2004.

Blair, Kristine L., and Pamela Takayoshi, eds. Feminist Cyberscapes: Mapping Gendered Academic Spaces. Stamford, CT: Ablex, 1999.

Blair, Kristine L., and Pamela Takayoshi. “Reflections in Reading and Evaluating Electronic Portfolios.” Situating Portfolios: Four Perspectives. Ed. Kathleen Blake Yancey and Irwin Weiser. Logan: Utah State UP, 1997. 357-69.

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Blood, Rebecca. The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Maintaining and Creating Your Blog. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002.

Boiarsky, Carolyn. “Fluency, Fluidity, and Word Processing.” Journal of Advanced Composition 11.1 (Winter 1991): 123-34.

Bolter, Jay David. “Literature in the Electronic Writing Space.” Literacy Online: the Promise (and Peril) of Reading and Writing with Computers. Ed. Myron C. Tuman. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1992. 19-42.

Bolter, Jay David, and Richard Grusin. Remediation: Understanding New Media. Cambridge: MIT P, 1999.

Bolter, Jay David. “Theory and Practice in New Media Studies.” Digital Media Revisited: Theoretical and conceptual Innovations in Digital Domains. Ed. Gunnar Liestol, Andrew Morrison, and Terje Rasmussen. Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2004. 15-33.

Bolter, Jay David. Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing . Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1991.

Bolter, Jay David. Writing Space: Computers, Hypertext, and the Remediation of Print. 2nd ed. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2001.

Bomberger, Ann M. “Ranting about Race: Crushed Eggshells in Computer-Mediated Communication.”

Computers and Composition 21.2 (2004): 197-216 .

Boyle, James. Shamans, Software, and Spleens: Law and the Construction of the Information Society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP.

Brail, Stephanie. “The Price of Admission: Harassment and Free Speech in the Wild, Wild, West.” Wired_Women: Gender and New Realities in Cyberspace. Ed. Lynn Cherny and Elizabeth Reba Weise. Seattle: Seal Press, 1996. 141-57.

Breland, Hunter M. “Computer-Assisted Writing Assessment: The Politics of Science versus the Humanities.” Assessment of Writing: Politics, Policies and Practices. Ed. Edward M. White, William D. Lutz, and Sandra Kamusikiri. Modern Language Association, 1996. 249-56.

Brent, Doug. “Oral Knowledge, Typographic Knowledge, Electronic Knowledge: Speculations on the History of Ownership.” Intertek 3.4 (1993): 4-11.

Brittenham, Rebecca. “‘Goodbye, Mr. Hip’: Radical Teaching in 1960s Television.” College English 68.2 (Nov. 2005): 149-167.

Brog: BlogResearchonGenre. 7 Dec. 2004.

Brooke, Collin Gifford. “Authorship and Technology.” An Introduction to Authorship Ed. Tracy Hamler Carrick and Rebecca Moore Howard. Boston: Wadsworth, 2006. 89-100.

Brooke, Collin Gifford. Lingua Fracta: Towards a Rhetoric of New Media. Hampton Press, 2009.

Brooke, Collin Gifford. “Making Room, Writing Hypertext.” JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 19.2 (Spring 1999): 253-268.

Brooke, Collin Gifford. “New Media Pedagogy.”A Guide to Composition Pedagogies. 2nd ed. Ed. Amy Rupiper Taggart, Kurt Schick, and H. Brooke Hessler. Forthcoming from Oxford UP, 2013. 177-193.

Brooke, Collin G. PlainKetchup.” Weblog entry. Collin vs. Blog. 30 Sept. 2004.

Brooke, Collin Gifford. WeblogsasDeicticSystems: Centripetal, Centrifugal, andSmallWorldBlogging.” Computers and Composition Online (Fall 2005).

Brooks, Kevin, Cindy Nichols, and Sybil Priebe. Remediation, Genre, andMotivation: KeyConceptsforTeachingwithWeblogs.” Into the Blogosphere. Ed. Laura Gurak, et al. University of Minnesota, 2004. 7 Dec. 2004.

Brown, David. Cybertrends: Chaos, Power and Accountability in the Information Age. Viking.

Browning, John. “Africa 1 Hollywood 0.” Wired 5.03 (March 1997): 61-64, 185-88.

Bruce, Bertram C. “Speaking the Unspeakable About 21st Century Technologies.” Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Ed. Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1999. 221-230.

Buchanan, Richard. “Design and the New Rhetoric: Productive Arts in the Philosophy of Culture.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 34.3 (2001) 183-206.

Buckley, Joanne. “The Invisible Audience and the Disembodied Voice: Online Teaching and the Loss of Body Image.” Computers and Composition 14.2 (1997).

Burns, Hugh. “Computers and Composition.” Teaching Composition: Twelve Bibliographical Essays . Ed. Gary Tate. Texas Christian UP, 1987. 378-400.

Burstein, Jill, et al. “A Machine Learning Approach for Identification of

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Bush, Laura L. “Class Peer Review in a Computer-Mediated Classroom: Using Classroom Projection Capabilities and E-mail Messages.” Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition. Ed. Duane Roen, Veronica Pantoja, Lauren Yena, Susan K. Miller, and Eric Waggoner. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2002. 453-457.

Butler, Wayne M., and James L. Kinneavy. “The Electronic Discourse Community: god, Meet Donald Duck.” Focuses 4 (Winter 1991): 91-108. Rpt. The Writing Teacher’s Sourcebook. Ed. Gary Tate, Edward P.J. Corbett, and Nancy Myers. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford UP, 1994. 400-414.

Bystrom, Dianne G., Mary Christine Banwart, Lynda Lee Kaid, and Terry A. Robertson. Gender and Candidate Communication: VideoStyle, WebStyle, and NewsStyle. New York: Routledge, 2004.

Campbell, Gardner. TheresSomethingintheAir: PodcastinginEducation.” EDUCAUSE Review 40.6 (Nov./Dec. 2005): 32Ð47.

Campbell, Jo. “Electronic Portfolios: A Five-Year History.” Computers and Composition 13.2 (1996): 185-94.

Campbell, Katy. Personal, PoliticalandPedagogical: FemaleFacultyandValuesBasedLearningDesign.” Radical Pedagogy (2003).

Carbone, Nick, et al. “Writing Ourselves Online.” Computers and Composition 10.3 (1993): 29-48.

Carlson, Scott. “Computer-Savvy Students Perform Poorly on Handwritten Composition Tests.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 July 2000.

Carlson, Scott. “‘A Flickering Signifier’: Putting a Word Online Changes Its Very Nature, Scholar Says.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 10 September 2001.

Carlson, Scott. “Has Google Won? A Librarian Says Students Have More Information Than They Know What to Do With.” Chronicle of Higher Education 23 January 2003

Carlson, Scott. “Students and Faculty Turn to Online Library Materials before Printed Ones, Study Finds.” Chronicle of Higher Education 3 October 2002.

Carlson, Scott. “Survey Finds that Students Use the Web but Recognize Its Limitations.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (19 July 2002).

Carlson, Scott. “Web-Loving Students Can Be Prodded to Cite Peer-Reviewed Works in Term Papers, Study Suggests.” Chronicle of Higher Education 6 February 2003.

Carlson, Scott. “Weblogs Come to the Classroom.” Chronicle of Higher Education 28 Nov. 2003: A33-34.

Castells, Manuel, Ramon Flecha, Paulo Freire, Henry A. Giroux, Donaldo Macedo, and Paul Willis. Critical Education in the Information Age . Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999.

Castells, Manuel. “Flows, Networks, and Identities: A Critical Theory of the Informational Society.” Critical Education in the Information Age. By Manuel Castells, Ramon Flecha, Paulo Freire, Henry A. Giroux, Donaldo Macedo, and Paul Willis. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999. 37-64.

Castells, Manuel. The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture. 3 vols. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1996-1998.

Castells, Manuel. The Power of Identity. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1997.

Castner, Joanna. “The Clash of Social Categories: Egalitarianism in Networked Writing Classrooms.” Computers and Composition 14.2 (1997).

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Chartier, Roger. “Languages, Books, and Reading from the Printed Word to the Digital Text.” Critical Inquiry 31.1 (Fall 2004): 133-152.

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Collins, Paul S. “Who’s the Plagiarist Here? Using the Web to Reciprocate Source Disclosure.” Assembly on Computers in English Journal 1.3 (1998): 46-55.

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Coughlin, Ellen K. “The Emergence of the ‘Global City.'” The Chronicle of Higher Education 5 January 1994: A8-9.

Crawford, MaryAnn Krajnik, Kathleen Geissler, M. Rini Hughes, and Jeffrey Miller. “Electronic Conferencing in an Interdisciplinary Humanities Course.” Electronic Communication Across the Curriculum. Ed. Donna Reiss, Dickie Selfe, and Art Young. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1998. 296-304.

Crowley, Sharon. Ancient Rhetorics for Contemporary Students. New York: MacMillan, 1994.

Crumlish, Christian. The Power of Many: How the Living Web is Transforming Politics, Business, and Everyday Life. Sybex, 2004.

Cullington, Michaela. “Texting and Writing.” Young Scholars in Writing 8 (Spring 2011): 90-95.

Cunningham, Sally Jo. “Guidelines for an Introduction to Networking: A Review of the Literature.” The Arachnet Electronic Journal of Virtual Culture 2.3 (1994).

Curtis, Marcia S. “Windows on Composing: Teaching Revision on Word Processors.” College Composition and Communication 39 (1988): 337-43.

Cushman Ellen. “Toward a Praxis of New Media: The Allotment Period in Cherokee History.” Reflections 5.1-2 (Spring 2006): 111-132.

Daniell, Beth. “Envisioning Literacy: Establishing E-Mail in a First-Year Program.” Kitchen Cooks, Plate Twirlers and Troubadours: Writing Program Administrators Tell Their Stories. Ed. Diana George. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1999. 150-161.

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DeVoss, Danielle, and Heidi A. McKee. Digital Writing Research: Technologies, Methodologies, and Ethical Issues. Cresskill: Hampton, 2007.

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Faigley, Lester. “Literacy After the Revolution.” College Composition and Communication 48.1 (February 1997): 30-43.

Faigley, Lester. “Literacy after the Revolution.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Milwaukee WI, 28 March 1996.

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Ferganchick-Neufang, Julia. “Harassment Online: Considerations for Women and Webbed Pedagogy.” Kairos 2.2 (1997).

Fey, Marion H. “Finding Voice through Computer Communication: A New Venue for Collaboration.” Journal of Advanced Composition 14.1 (Winter 1994): 221-38.

Finneran, Richard J., ed. The Literary Text in the Digital Age. Ann Arbor: U Michigan P, 1996.

Fischer, Katherine M. “Down the Yellow Chip Road: Hypertext Portfolios in Oz.” Computers and Composition 13.2 (1996): 169-84.

Fischer, Katherine M. “Pig Tales: Literature Inside the Pen of Electronic Writing.” Electronic Communication Across the Curriculum. Ed. Donna Reiss, Dickie Selfe, and Art Young. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1998. 207-220.

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