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Spring 2015 – Special Issue: CIWIC, DMAC, and Technology Professional Development

Our latest issue Spring 2015 Special Issue is live! Edited by Cheryl Ball, Danielle DeVoss, Cynthia Selfe, and Scott DeWitt, you can read the guest editors introduction here. 

New Computers and Composition Online Issue is Live!

The Winter 2013 issue of C&C Online is now available. There are five articles on theory into practice, two articles on the virtual classroom, one piece on professional development, and three book reviews. Also, Computers and Composition and Computers and Composition Online would like to announce an exciting call for papers. CIWIC, DMAC, and technology [...]

New Computers and Composition Online Issue is Live!

The Winter 2013 issue of C&C Online is now available. There are three articles on theory into practice, two articles on the digital classroom, three pieces on professional development, and four book reviews.

New Computers and Composition Online Issue is Live!

The Fall 2012 issue of C&C Online is now available. The issue is titled “New Media Composition in Community Colleges.” There are five articles on theory into practice, two articles on the digital classroom, one article on professional development, and two book reviews. It’s a dynamic issue, guest edited by Shelly Roderigo and Matthew Kim.

Valley school district makes a digital leap in technology

Most students stay as far from school as possible during Spring Break. So when McAllen Memorial High School Principal Rosie Larson saw a group of them huddled against the school building, tented in blankets against the unseasonable cold, she did a double take. With a sense of triumph, Larson realized they were seeking Wi-Fi for [...]

Higher Ed Open Textbook Provider Sued by Publishers. K-12 Implications? Higher Education Implications?

Boundless Learning, a young but fast-growing company in Boston that curates open education content for college students, so they don’t have to pay hundreds (thousands, even) on textbooks, has been sued for copyright infringement. Textbook giant Pearson, along with Cengage Learning, and MacMillan Higher Education filed the complaint, alleging that Boundless is essentially trying to [...]

Digital Culture Before Digital Textbooks

It’s not just about putting technology in schools. It’s about creating a culture that allows technology initiatives to thrive and not become stagnant and fail. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/transforming_learning/2012/02/digital_culture_before_digital_textbooks.html

New Issue of C&C Online is LIVE!

We’re just updating our blog visitors that the Fall 2011 issue of C&C Online is available. The issue is titled “Ethics in a Digital Age.” There are three articles on theory into practice, three articles on the digital classroom, two articles on professional development, and two book reviews.

Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology

Remediating the physical and digital world. “I think that integrating information into everyday objects will not only help us to get rid of the digital divide–the gap between these two worlds–but it will also help us in some way to stay human, to be more connected to our physical world. And it will help us [...]

Should Graduate Students Create E-Portfolios?

“A year ago, I noticed that more and more fellowship applications asked whether I had a Web site for my dissertation project. I doubt that my negative response to that question explained the regretful letters of rejection I received last spring. But the question and the thin envelopes did get me wondering about how we, [...]

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