Live Blogging the First CRDMSA PDW!

4:07 Introduction to the Academic Job Search with Dr. Jessica Moore, Department of Communication and Dr. Rebecca Walsh, Department of English. 4:10 After the application is in... Be sure to have materials at the ready--writing sample, sample syllabi--so that you can turn them around quickly. Insider tip: A spreadsheet with all postings, deadlines, what they …

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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, …

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Liveblogging the CRC Panel V: Critical Studies in New Media

"i'm in ur head, shapin' ur interwebz: Rhetorical transmission, Internet memes, and the problematic application of an a-rhetorical neologism" by Matt Morain 3:27 "I'm going to try to be short. At 5'8" that shouldn't be hard." Rim shot. Matt kicks off with a joke. 3:29 Reminds us, via Jenkins, that culture isn't replicated. It's copied …

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A Lunch Professionalism Talk by Jeremy Packer

1:45 Introduction by Kathy Oswald 1:49 Academics professionalism as involvement in networks. Desire for achievement isn't what motivates Packer. It's political action, answering intellectual questions. 1:51 The very, very length commitment to the dissertation topic. Jeremy's been working on his dissertation topic for 15 years. He must have chose well because he can still gets …

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