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This Chart features the bottom (by number of visits) U.S. States from which visitors have visited CCO since January 1, 2011.
This chart features the top 25 (by number of visits) U.S. States from which visitors have visited CCO since January 1, 2011.
This chart presents the top 15 (by number of visits) countries from which visitors have visited CCO since January 1, 2011.
This chart presents trends in browser usage among visitors to CCO since January 1, 2011.
This chart features the number of site visitors to Computers and Composition Online since January 1, 2011.
This post is the first of several related to the Computers and Writing 2011 panel entitled ”Online Journal Administration: The Editorial Mentor and a More Inclusive Future for Scholarly Publishing,” which will take place on May 20th at 11:45 am. I’ll provide a series of examples that panelist mention in their presentations relating their work [...]
Computers and Composition Call for Nominations Computers and Composition is now accepting nominations for awards in five categories. Award titles and descriptions may be viewed below, and to see complete listings of past recipients, visit our web site http://computersandcomposition.osu.edu/html/awards.htm Dates of eligibility for all awards are January 1 through December 31 of 2010. Recipients will [...]
This year at the Computers and Writing conference in West Lafyette, IN, Dr. Kris Blair, our Editor here at CCO, was awarded the Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field. As its title implies, this award is given each year to a scholar with outstanding achievements in scholarship and service to the field. [...]
It’s that time of year again when we all start making plans to propose panels and presentation for next year’s 4Cs conference, and, as such, I thought it would be appropriate to remind everyone about a really valuable yet, I think, under-recognized presentation opportunity at the Cs: The Computer Connection. Each year the CCCC Committee [...]
I had the great pleasure of sitting in on a panel presentation given by Ehren Pflugfelder and Cristyn Elder from Purdue University on Plagiarism Pedagogy. Drawing on quite a bit of recent research on the subject of plagiarism as well as their own experiences addressing this issues as teachers, Pflugfelder and Elder walked us through [...]