Feminist theory and CMC theory, Online portfolios and writing assessment, Multiple literacies and multimodal composition, Coding and Writing, Online Writing Labs (OWLs) and OWL training, Rhetoric of Pro-Anorexia and Body Studies, Studio composition, Writing Program Administration, and Communication Across the Curriculum
|Ph.D., University of Louisville ‐ Rhetoric and Composition|
|M.A., University of Louisville ‐ English Literature|
|B.A., Hendrix College ‐ English|
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Peer Reviewed Articles (7)
Open source communities in technical writing: Local exigence, global extensibility. Faculty Publications (2011)
By offering open-source software (OSS)-based networks as an affordable technology alternative, we partnered with a nonprofit community organization. In this article, we narrate the client-based experiences of this partnership, highlighting the ways in which OSS ...
The new frontier: Conquering the World Wild Web by mule. Faculty Publications (1999)
This article offers a close examination of the effects that teaching hypertext markup language (HTML) has on students’ perceptions of class goals in a networked composition classroom. A networked classroom that requires students to send ...
Books & Book Chapters (12)
Dissertations & Theses (2)
Feminist dialects: Mapping the landscape of computer-mediated conversation. Faculty Publications (2000)
This dissertation examines a series of snapshots of the computer-mediated composition landscape--a cross-section of intersections frozen in one position for our analysis--of the feminist history of CMC, of feminist pedagogy, of feminist assessment, and of ...