CRDM Students at CCCC

Twelve CRDM Students will be presenting their work at CCCC in Louisville this week. Thanks to Robin Oswald for aggregating this information!

PARTICIPANT

PRESENTATION/PANEL/WORKSHOP

Kevin Brock Facilitator, Is there space in this class? Designing effective and efficient learning environments with new technologies
Session Chair, Revisiting the First-Year Curriculum: Genres, Visuals, and Arguments
Lauren Clark Presenter, Virtual Embodiment and Construction of Identity in Online Social Networks
Kati Fargo Presenter, ‘I Hear Ya!’ Teaching Listening Practices and Auditory Rhetoric in a Musical Ethnography
Dana Gierdowski Works-in-Progress Presenter, Research Network Forum
David Gruber Presenter, Exploding the word: Using Data Visualizations and Etymology Databases to (Re)interrogate ‘the trace’ in the Composition Classroom
Wendi Jewell Roundtable Chair and Participant, Writing Lessons from Gamespace: Playing with Rhetoric and Rhetoricizing with Play
Jason Kalin Presenter, Synthesizing Experience: Public Memory and the Rhetorical Circulation of Digital Images
Karla Lyles Presenter with Susan Miller-Cochran, Supporting Best Practices in Online Writing Instruction: Results from the CCCC Committee’s National Survey
Matt Morain Presenter and Panel Chair, ‘Body Movin’: Kinesthetic Literacy and Student Bodies in Space as Information Architecture
Robin Oswald Works-in-Progress Presenter, Research Network Forum
Zach Rash Presenter, An Identity Emporium: Texts, Nostalgia, and Community at Trader Joe’s
Dawn Shepherd Facilitator, Is there a space in this class? Designing effective and efficient learning environments with new technologies
Presenter, Teaching Writing in Blended Learning/Space(s)”
Heidi von Ludewig Presenter, Wikis and Knowledge Formation in the Corporate Workplace
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