EJOUR> Kairos 1.1 - A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Envir

Subject: EJOUR> Kairos 1.1 - A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Envir
From: Kat Nagel/MasterWork <katnagel -at- EZNET -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 1996 16:37:43 -0400

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>Subject: EJOUR> Kairos 1.1 - A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Envir
>From: Gleason Sackman, sackman -at- plains -dot- nodak -dot- edu
>Date: 8 Jan 1996 14:38:46 -0600
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>From: doherm -at- RPI -dot- EDU
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>Subject: Kairos 1.1

>********************************ANNOUNCING********************************

>The inaugural issue of:

>Kairos: A Journal For Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments
>Volume 1, Number 1 (Spring 1996)
>Published by the D'Artagnan Communications Group
>Sponsored by the Alliance for Computers and Writing

>http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.1/index.html for Netscape 2.0 browsers

>http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.1/tocnf.html for Netscape 1.x and all
>other web browsers

>*************

>Cover Web:
>Online Writing Labs: Should We? Will We? Are We?
>Stuart Blythe, J Paul Johnson, Camille Langston, Jane Lasarenko and
>Suzan Moody present varied takes on the challenges and benefits of OWLs

>*************

>Featured Webs:

>The Case of Object #143 or A Manifesto of CineTextual Writing
>Anthony Rue, University of Florida

>Stories & Maps: Postmodernism and Professional Communication
>Johndan Johnson-Eilola, Purdue University

>Get to Know John Burroughs
>Walt Carroll, Olympic Media Information

>Mapping Ecash: Using the Internet for Business Writing
>Tim Krause, Purdue University

>What Matters Who Writes? What Matters Who Responds?
>Issues of Ownership in the Writing Classroom
>Andrea Lunsford, The Ohio State University
>with Rebecca Rickly, University of Michigan
>Michael J. Salvo, SUNY-Binghamton
>Susan West, The Ohio State University

>*************

>Hypertext and Pedagogy in the News:

>Should We MOO What We Can?
>Kairos Talks With the Proprietors of the Netoric Cafe

>News From the MOO . . . CWTA and You?

>*Utah State to Host 1996 Computers and Writing Conference
>*Writing for the World Aims to Connect Writing Classes
>*Epiphany Project Will Interconnect Universities Nationwide
>*Calls for Proposals in Computers and Writing and Related Fields

>*****************

>Reviews of:

>David Kolb's _Socrates in the Labyrinth_
>by Nick Carbone

>Nicholas Negroponte's _Being Digital_
>by Tyanna Herrington

>George Landow's _Writing at the Edge_
>by Douglas Eyman

>*****************

>This issue also includes contributions from ACW's Fred Kemp; from
>Michael Joyce and students at Vassar College; and "Pixelated Rhetorics,"
>a virtual Burkean Parlor/whiteboard for commentary from members of the Kairos
>editorial board and others.

>*****************

>Issue 1.1 of Kairos is available at:
>(best viewed)
>http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.1/index.html for Netscape 2.0 browsers
>or
>http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.1/tocnf.html for Netscape 1.x browsers
>and all other web browsers

>Please direct commentary and questions to:
>Mick Doherty, Editor <mick -at- rpi -dot- edu>

>The Call For Hypertexts for Kairos 1.2 is available at:
>http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.1/news/cfh.html
>And will be posted to relevant electronic lists shortly.


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