Archive for June, 2006

How many blogs are there?

Posted by Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. on June 19th, 2006

In my classes I tend to start the class with some sort of “fact of the day” or “tidbit of the day” or something that is interesting, informative, and related (normally) to the topic of the class. Since I spend a bit of time before each class seeking these out, I decided I would start […]

Technoculture: Computers and Writing Online 2007

Posted by Jennifer L. Bowie, Ph.D. on June 13th, 2006

February 5 through February 9, 2007 Conference Co-Chairs: Dr. Keith Dorwick, The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Dr. Kevin Moberly, St. Cloud State University Conference Co-Chairs Keith Dorwick and Kevin Moberly are seeking synchronous and asynchronous presentations that address a wide conception of scholarship that focuses on a range of issues that could be briefly […]

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 […]