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The Graduate Research Network (GRN) is a fabulous part of the Computers & Writing (C&W) conference, and I highly recommend it for any gradute student in any stage of a C&W research project. A few of my graduate students have been asking me for information, so I thought I’d post a link to the GRN site here. I’ll likely be a discussion leader again this year, and I always enjoy that role. This is a very low-stress and helpful part of the conference and “presenting” here counts as a presentation line on your CV!

2 Responses to “Computers & Writing Graduate Research Network 2008”

Dr. Bowie,
Thanks for an incredible learning experience in your Digital Rhetoric class this semester! It is hard to believe how much we have all learned in just the past few months, as was evident in our website presentations on Tuesday. Also, thanks for providing all the excellent information and resources for graduate students like this info on the upcoming Computers and Writing conference.

I’ll miss your fun facts of the day and useful tips of the day, so I’ll be keeping up with all the great info you provide here on Screen Space. I’m hoping you’ll teach the Electronic Publishing course in the next year or two so I can catch you again while I’m still at GSU. We are lucky to have such excellent professor and remarkable scholar in the Rhet Comp department. Thanks again!

Dr. Bowie,
Thanks for an incredible learning experience in your Digital Rhetoric class this semester! It is hard to believe how much we have all learned in just the past few months, as was evident in our website presentations on Tuesday. Also, thanks for providing all the excellent information and resources for graduate students like this info on the upcoming Computers and Writing conference.

I’ll miss your fun facts of the day and useful tips of the day, so I’ll be keeping up with all the great info you provide here on Screen Space. I’m hoping you’ll teach the Electronic Publishing course in the next year or two so I can catch you again while I’m still at GSU. We are lucky to have such an excellent professor and remarkable scholar in the Rhet Comp department. Thanks again!

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