• 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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  • Multimodal Mondays: Content Design Teams for Digital Collaboration

    Today’s guest blogger Kim Haimes-Korn is a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital litera...
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  • Team Evaluation Rubric

    Kim Haimes-Korn's Team Evaluation Rubric. See Multimodal Mondays: Content Design Teams for Digital Collaboration. 
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Breaking the Rules - Using Multimedia to Teach Rhetorical Situation

    Victoria Banks is a graduate student at Kennesaw State University working towards a Masters in the Arts of Professional Writing with a focus in interactive narrative design and script writing in videogames. She t...
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  • Anthony Bourdain as Teacher of Writing

    Today’s guest blogger is Audrey Wick, a full-time professor of English at Blinn College in Texas. There, she is a writing teacher who writes. Readers can connect with Audrey to learn more about her projects at a...
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  • Got a New Textbook? Try These Tips for Smooth Implementation

    Today's guest blogger is Audrey Wick, a full-time professor of English at Blinn College in Texas. There, she is a writing teacher who writes. Readers can connect with Audrey to learn more about her projects at au...
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  • Categories for Assessing Multimodal Compositions

    Today's guest blogger is Tiffany Mitchell, a Senior Lecturer of English at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.   Assessing multimodal compositions can often be challenging because the form and desig...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Inserting a Reflective Assignment into a Culminating Semester Assessment (with Templates!)

    Jeanne Law Bohannon is a newly-minted Associate Professor of English in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Kennesaw State University. She believes in creating democratic learning spaces, where students b...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Digital Tools for Critical Reading

    Today's guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor in the English Department at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning, critical digital literacies and focu...
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  • Finding a Multimodal Middle Ground

    Today's guest blogger is Tiffany Mitchell a Senior Lecturer of English at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.   When assigning multimodal assignments, instructors may feel overwhelmed by all the options ...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Embracing Multimodality as Part of the Writing Process

    Today's guest blogger is Amanda Gaddam, an adjunct instructor in the First-Year Writing Program and the School for New Learning at DePaul University. She holds a B.A. in English with a concentration in Literary S...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: Helping Students Evaluate and Cite Digital Sources

    Jeanne Law Bohannon is an Assistant Professor of English in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Kennesaw State University. She believes in creating democratic learning spaces, where students become stakeh...
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  • Can I get a witness?!

    Kendra L. Mitchell is the first Director of the Writing Across the Curriculum Program at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. With fifteen years of writing center experience, Dr. Mitchell desires to cr...
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  • Multimodal Mondays: What You See is What You Get: Understanding Visual and Image Rhetorics

    Today's guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor in the English Department at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning, critical digital literacies and focu...
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  • How Should HBCUs Affect Diversity and Inclusion Discourses in Rhetoric and Composition? 

    ALEXANDRIA LOCKETT is an Assistant Professor of English at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. She deeply enjoys serving the oldest historically Black college for women, and is committed to teaching and learning...
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  • #blacklives(andlanguage)matter.

    Shawanda Stewart is an Assistant Professor of English at Huston-Tillotson University and Rhetoric and Professional Communication PhD candidate at New Mexico State University. Her primary research interests includ...
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  • “When the Voices You Hear Are Beginning to Be Your Own” (shout to Jackie Jones Royster)

    A native of Detroit, Michigan, Dr. Karen Keaton Jackson began her academic career at Hampton University in Virginia, earning a Bachelor of Science in English Secondary Education with summa cum laude distinction. ...
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  • Wading into Waters: Ruminations on Composition and Rhetoric at the Modern HBCU

    David F. Green Jr. is an assistant professor of English at Howard University. He is the director of First-Year Writing, and his research interests include African american and hip hop rhetoric, as well as critical lan...
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  • Spotlight: Asking the Right Questions (about Music)

    Today's blogger is Jeff Ousborne, author of Writing Music: A Bedford Spotlight Reader.   All the essays in Writing Music model thoughtful and perceptive writing in a range of genres, from blog posts to scholarly...
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  • What If Our Best Is Not Enough?

      Jimisha Relerford is a Master Instructor in the Department of English at Howard University. She serves as director of The Writing Center and is currently a student in the PhD program. Her research interes...
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