Writing and the Digital Generation - GBV.
She is the co-author (with John Bean) of the The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Writing, a text known for its foundation in writing-across-the-curriculum pedagogy and its useful introduction to academic writing and co-author (also with John Bean) of Writing Arguments, and she authored Global Issues, Local Arguments, 3 rd edition (Pearson, 2014), an argument reader and rhetoric with a civic literacy.
Uses new media outlets like 538.com and the Players Tribune as models for practices in new media sports writing, which incorporates text, photo, video, and audio compositions in one platform. The course will explore the different rhetorical possibilities new media platforms provide and allow students to practice utilizing those possibilities.
Her second book, the edited collection Writing and the Digital Generation: Essays on New Media Rhetoric (McFarland 2010), focuses on the intersections of rhetoric, popular culture, fandom, and digital media.
Strategies for Successful Writing keeps instruction brief and to-the-point so that students spend less time reading about writing and more time writing.Instruction delivered through extensive examples helps students see what different strategies look like when applied in real texts.
Social media in disaster response: How experience architects can build for participation. New York, NY: Routledge. Potts, Liza. (2015). Can't stop the fandom: Writing participation in the Firefly 'verse. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 19(3).
Student Writing in the Digital Age.. In fact, the opposite seems to be the case. Students in first-year composition classes are, on average, writing longer essays (from an average of 162 words in 1917, to 422 words in 1986,. In 2006, two rhetoric and composition professors, Lunsford and Lunsford.
A New Composition, a 21st Century Pedagogy, and the Rhetoric of Music Crystal VanKooten On presentation day in my first-year writing class, Kaitlyn Patterson hooked up her laptop to the projector to display her final essay, a digital video.