Archive for the 'Publishing' Category

It’s time for a Digital Academic Press

Posted by Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. on June 3rd, 2008

Cindy Selfe and Gail Hawisher, the editors of Computers and Composition the journal, myriad books, and authors of various articles and books, are starting a Computers and Composition Digital Press. Cindy and Gail are the perfect people to start the press. The press will be peer-reviewed, open access, and online. It is “a joint project […]

Panel B.7; New media Scholarship Stakeholders: Departmental, Editorial, and Authorial Speaker #1: Catherine C. Braun, Ohio State University at Marion Talk about tenure and promotion committee and how they evaluate digital scholarship Question: how well do existing criteria work for evaluating digital scholarship Method: evaluating people who are already tenured and asking about the process […]

Copryright, writers’ strike, & the value of online content

Posted by Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. on November 15th, 2007

This interesting video brings out some concepts that the writer’s strike is making us deal with now concerning the value of online content and writers’ rights. The big media companies say that it is “too soon” to place value on online content and that the writers should not be paid when their content is used […]

“Podcasting in Education and Publishing” announcement

Posted by Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. on September 28th, 2007

Here is the announcement for Eley’s lecture in the Department of English Speakers Series, which I put alot into making it happen. If you can, make it. This should be great.   Announcement posted by Lee Anne Richardson to the English Department listserv 9/25. A great opportunity for you and your students to hear a nationally-recognized […]

Go Misty! Student book review

Posted by Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. on June 1st, 2006

It is with much cheer and rejoicing I point to Misty Dawn Carmichael’s book review of Defining Visual Rhetorics in Kairos ( Misty is a GSU student and was in my Fall 05 Electronic Writing and Publishing grad class. She wrote the review as one of the class assignments and I encouraged her to submit […]