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Call for Nominations: Computers and Composition Awards

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 [...]

CFP: C&C Online Spring 2012

Call for Papers: Ethics in a Digital Age: Ethics, and Digital Media in the Writing Classroom Special Issue of Computers and Composition Online for Spring 2012 Guest Editor: Toby F. Coley While ethics has been implicitly at the center of pedagogies of digital media use for some time, extending the conversation through explicit venues creates [...]

Call for Proposals: 2011 Graduate Research Network

The Graduate Research Network (GRN) invites proposals for its 2011 workshop, May 19, 2011, at the Computers and Writing Conference hosted by the University of Michigan.  The C&W Graduate Research Network is an all-day pre-conference event, open to all registered conference participants at no charge. Roundtable discussions group those with similar interests and discussion leaders [...]

CCCCs Computer Connection CFP aka CCCC(CC)

While the tension is still pretty thick in anticipation of CCCCs acceptance notifications coming out soon, I thought I’d remind everyone that the CFP for the Computer Connection at CCCCs has now come out.  Regardless of whether or not your CCCCs proposal is accepted or not, if you have any interest in presenting on some [...]

CFP: Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing

Proposals are now being accepted for the 13th annual GPACW, which will be held on the campuse of North Dakota State University the weekend of October 8 – 9, 2010.  The deadline for electronic proposals is August 15th. Specific details for the conference can be found here: http://www.socialmedia.ndsu.nodak.edu/?page_id=20

CFP: Composition 20/20: How the Future of the Web Could Sharpen the Teaching of Writing

Guest Editors Randall McClure and Janice Walker welcome submissions for a special issue of Computers and Composition related to the potential intersections between the future of the Internet and the teaching of writing.  The full CFP, as published on the WPA listserve, is below: Kevin Kelly (2008) has suggested the first lesson of the Web [...]

The Computer Connection @ Cs – Do you know about it?

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 [...]

Call For Web Texts Reminder – Deadline Extension

Deadline Extended to 5 March, 2010.  Don’t miss this great opportunity to contribute to an important scholarly discussion. As shown in the Fall 2009 Computers and Composition Online special issue on Web 2.0, open source projects are a significant part of social media, especially media intended for education. Although some of Web 2.0 is open source, [...]

CFWT: Computers and Composition Online Fall 2011

Call for Webtexts Special Guest Edited Issue on Rhetorical Media and the Open-Door College The central role of the Open-Door College English teacher is to provide learning opportunities that prepares a diverse body of students from across communities to transfer into four-year universities, become employable for vocational-technical and allied health positions, and also, be prepared [...]

CFP: Rhetoric/Composition/Play – Edited Collection

ust found this.  Sounds like it would be a great opportunity for those interested in video gaming and composition. Rhetoric/Composition/Play: How Electronic Games Mediate Composition Theory and Practice (and Vice Versa) Computer and video games continue to inundate the entertainment market, and culture along with it. Traditional text games, adventure games, first-person shooters, the immersive [...]

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