Re: Computer literacy

Subject: Re: Computer literacy
From: Stuart Selber <SSELBER -at- MTUS5 -dot- CTS -dot- MTU -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1993 09:46:42 EST

ie. computer literacy. Jeanie Crain asked for a few cites on this. A few come
to mind immediately, although I'm sure there are plenty of others:

"Redefining Literacy: The Multilayered Grammars of Computers." Cynthia Selfe.
In _Critical Perspectives on Computers and Composition Instruction." Eds.
Hawisher and Selfe. New York: Teachers College Press, 1989. (There are other
interesting articles in the book).

"What Computer Experience to Expect of Technical Writing Students Entering a
Computer Classroom: The Case of Purdue Students." Patricia Sullivan._Journal
of Technical Writing and Communication_ Vol. 19 (1) 53-68, 1989. (A real
interesting study of technical writing students, technical and non-)

_Word Perfect: Literacy in the Computer Age_ Myron Tuman. University of
Pittsburgh Press, 1992. (A good place to start. Lots of other cites, too).

Maybe we can build a bibiliography on the subject.

Stuart Selber
Michigan Technological University

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