• Multimodal Mondays: Music and Class Playlists

    Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies...
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  • Menus, Collaboration, and Rhetorical Choices: Teaching Genre Analysis in the Classroom

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts.    A couple...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Exploratory Podcast Reviews

    Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies...
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  • Shhhhhh, It’s Not a Secret: Gossiping as Peer Review

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts   Many of us will lik...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Creating Podcasts to Further Analyze and Synthesize Annotated Bibliography Sources

    Brody Smithwick is the founder of Lion Life Community, a non-profit organization that offers educational services inside of jails in North Georgia. He is also a graduate student at Kennesaw State University working to...
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  • The Benefits of Group Conferencing with Student Writers

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts.   I am currently in t...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Experiential Reviews and Immersive Experiences

    Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies...
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  • Multimodal Mondays:  Engaging Sustained Student Activism in Writing Classrooms

    Today’s guest blogger is Jeanne Law Bohannon, an Associate Professor of English and the Interim Director of Composition at Kennesaw State University. She believes in creating democratic learning spaces, where st...
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  • Fostering Student “Buy-In” For a Commitment to Writing

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts.   Over the past coupl...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Academia, Meet Work - Using Multimedia to Teach Professional Writing

    Ashley Shaw is a graduate student at Kennesaw State University working towards a Masters in the Arts of Professional Writing with a focus on composition and rhetoric. She teaches First-Year English Composition and Rhe...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Visual Narratives and the Five Image Story

    Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies ...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Crosslinked Reflections for Multimodal Composition

    Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies...
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  • Multimodal Mondays:  Teaching Visual Rhetoric for Accessibility with Alt-Texts

    Today’s guest blogger is Dustin Ledford, a graduate student at Kennesaw State University working toward a Master’s Degree in Professional Writing with a concentration in Composition and Rhetoric. He teache...
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  • Using Talk for Learning and Invention During the Composing Process

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts.   In 2016, I engaged...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Using Infographics to Enhance Research Practices

    Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies...
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  • Paper or Digital?

    Recently I came under some good-natured (?) teasing about being a 21st-century professor who still collects paper copies of student writing. Yes, I do, for several reasons. I believe that manuscript presentation is pa...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Talk to Me, A Tale of (Mis)Communication

    Today's guest blogger is Milya Maxfield, an instructor in the Academy of Inclusive Learning and Social Growth and a writing center professional at Kennesaw State University. She has a BSW and an MAT in Secondary ...
  • "Do This, Not That" Graphic Organizer

    Milya Maxfield's "Do This, Not That" Graphic Organizer. See Multimodal Mondays: Talk to Me, A Tale of (Mis)Communication 
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  • Teaching Digital Reading Practices

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts.   “Technology ...
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  • Facing Fears and Building Community in the Writing Classroom

    Today’s guest blogger is Tanya Rodrigue, an associate professor in English and coordinator of the Writing Intensive Curriculum Program at Salem State University in Massachusetts.   Several years ago, I obs...
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