Rhetoric & Writing at BGSU
Rhetoric & Writing Notes - Spring 2010
Conference on College Composition and Communication
BGSU continues to boast a strong representation at the national Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). This year in Kentucky, faculty and students in the Rhetoric and Writing department comprised a number of panel presentations, individual presentations, and workshops on the program. Some of these presentations include:
Emily J. Beard (2007)
"Moving Past Red-Ink and Written Comments: Discovering New Ways of Responding to Student Writing in a Technological Age"
“Speaking Revision: Expanding the Ways We Practice the Revision Process”
Beth Church (2005)
"Epideictic Without the Praise: A heuristic analysis of the rhetoric of blame"
Toby Coley (2007)
"Ethics and the future of digitally-mediated writing instruction.”
“Ethics and Digital Media: What are we asking?”
Brittany Cottrill (2006)
“Weighing Our Options: A Comparative Look at E-portfolio Programs.”
“Hannah’s Portfolio: When Re-Seeing Assessment Practices Limits Students.”
Erin Dietel-McLaughlin (2005)
“Contesting the Power of Authorship: Digital Culture, YouTube, and the Remixing of Democracy.”
Joe Erickson (2007)
"Webbing Rhetoric and Composition: A Grounded Study of Our Virtual Presence"
Christine Garbett (2007)
"Rhetorical Practices of Working-Class Deaf People in Central Minnesota: Challenging Literacy Definitions"
Kent Lenz (2008)
"Rethinking Feminism in Pedagogy: Conceptualizing the Use of the Frontier Metaphor in Pedagogy"
Jie Li (2007)
"Student Evaluation of Teacher Comments and Its Implications for Classroom Writing Assessment"
David McClure (2007)
"Revising Our Assessment Practices: Investigating the Role of Emotion in the Way We Approach Student Writing"
Heather Pristash (2006)
"Crafting the Remix: Re-Viewing Materiality, Rethinking Online Spaces"
Shawn Ramsey (2008)
"Alcuin, Charlemagne, and Deliberative Rhetoric in the Twelfth Century"
Ruijie Zhao (2006)
"A Need to Revisit Internationalization and Globalization of Composition Studies"
R&W alumni Presenting at 2010 CCCC:
Jennifer Marie Almjeld (2008) New Mexico State University. “Virtual Teaming Across Disciplines: Mapping Out Collaboration in Inter-Institutional Projects”
Janet Auten (1989) American University. “Cyber-coaching: Rethinking Teacher Response to Digital Natives”
Florence Elizabeth Bacabac (2008) Dixie State College of Utah. “‘We’re in this Together: Reviewing Collaborative Writing and E-Dialogues in Advanced Composition”
Lanette Cadle (2005) Missouri State University. “Retooling Composition: Digital Tools in the Classroom and Writing Center” (chair)
Rebekah Shultz Colby (2006) University of Denver. “ Gendered Agents in World of Warcraft.”
Richard J. Colby (2006) University of Denver. “Research Agents in World of Warcraft”
Gail Shanely Corso (1991) Neumann University - Pennsylvania. “Rubrics Redux”
Christine Cucciarre (2008) University of Delaware. “Women’s Way of Making It – or Making Do?: Off and On the Tenure-Track with Children”
Christine M. Denecker (2007) The University of Findlay. “Multimodal Composing as Process as Well as Product: Toward Electronic Invention”
Heather Fester (2009) Lincoln University in Jefferson, Missouri. “Using Dynamic Criteria Mapping and Inquiry-Based Reading to Reinvigorate WAC”
Elizabeth Fleitz (2009) Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau. “Acts of Cooking : Food Preparation as Feminist Rhetorical Practice”
Edward Karshner (2000) Robert Morris University. “Composition Is Rhetoric: The Five Cannons of Rhetoric as Pedagogical Paradigm”
Steven D. Krause (1996) Eastern Michigan University. “RIP-ping, Mixing, Burning: A Remix Manifesto as Research Writing”
Erin Knoche-Laverick (2008) University of Findlay. “Revisiting Second Language Writing Practices: How a Feminist Pedagogy can Help”
Randall W. McClure (2001) Georgia Southern University. “Rethinking Information Behavior: A Remix on Students as Researchers”
Doreen Piano (2003) University of New Orleans. “Teacher-Artists/Teacher-Archivists: Re-Imagining the Role of the Research after Katrina”
Timothy Ray (1998) West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Discussion Leader in Research Network Forum, "The Remix: Revisit, Rethink, Revise, Renew"
Sergey Rybas (2008) Capitol University, Columbus Ohio. “Virtual Teaming Across Disciplines: Mapping Out Collaboration in Inter-Institutional Projects”
Christine Tulley (2001) University of Findlay. “The Promise of a Paperless Communal Assessment in First-Year Composition: Moving from a Paper-Based Exit Portfolio Process to an Electronic Portfolio Exchange”