Call for Papers/Computers and Compostion

Subject: Call for Papers/Computers and Compostion
From: Stuart Selber <sselber -at- CRAFT -dot- CAMP -dot- CLARKSON -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 1995 16:01:19 -0500


A very early call for papers (proposals are not due till June 15, 1996). =
With such an early call, I'm hoping that you'll have time to consider this=
special issue in terms of the courses you're teaching this spring. Please=
distribute widely.


Computers and Composition:=20
An International Journal for Teachers of Writing

invites submissions for a special issue on
Technical Communication Studies

Computers and Composition: An International Journal for=20
Teachers of Writing will publish a special issue on technical=20
communication studies-=D1issue 14.3, December 1997. The guest=20
editor for this special issue seeks original contributions=20
employing a wide range of research methodologies, including=20
rhetorical, theoretical, empirical, and historical. Papers=20
should discuss computer-related pedagogical and programmatic=20
issues of specific interest to technical communication=20
teachers, program directors, and educators in workplace=20
settings. Topics include, but are not limited to, the=20
following broad areas:

=09pedagogical and theoretical frameworks for teaching=20
=09about and with computers in technical communication=20
=09instructional contexts

=09innovative classroom practices and projects in=20
=09technical communication, including their=20

=09technical communication curricula and course=20
=09designs that balance practice and theory and/or=20
=09production, literacy, and humanistic concerns

=09instructional issues and strategies relating to=20
=09technical communication and computer networks,=20
=09computer conferencing, electronic mail, the World=20
=09Wide Web, hypertext, multimedia authoring, MUDs and=20
=09MOOs, and distance learning

This special issue will be guest edited by Stuart A. Selber,=20
who encourages you to communicate with him about ideas,=20
proposals, and drafts:

=09Stuart A. Selber=09=09=09=09=09
=09Department of Technical Communications=09=09
=09Clarkson University=09=09=09=09
=09Box 5760=09=09=09=09=09
=09Potsdam, NY 13699-5760
=09sselber -at- craft -dot- camp -dot- clarkson -dot- edu
=09315-268-6450 (phone)=09
=09315-268-6485 (fax)

Please send a 500 word description of proposed papers by June=20
15, 1996. The special issue will be published in December=20

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