It’s that time of year again: CRDMers have been filling up the Pubs

In keeping with what has become tradition on the CRDM blog, it's time to take a moment to recognize the CRDM students who have been published all across the academic landscape in the past year. Brock, Kevin. "Establishing Ethos on Proprietary and Open Source Software Websites." Online Credibility and Digital Ethos: Evaluating Computer-Mediated Communication. Eds. Shawn Apostel and Moe Folk. …

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CRDM Advice: Dr. Jason Swarts on Scholarly Publications

I recently caught up with Dr. Jason Swarts of the CRDM program to get his thoughts on the art of scholarly publication. Here is his advice:   And here is the "source code" for the infographic (aka Dr. Swarts's original answers): What would prevent a seminar paper from being publishable? Two things come to mind. The …

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CRDM Advice: Dr. Chris Anson on Scholarly Publications

I recently caught up with Dr. Chris Anson of the CRDM program to get his thoughts on the art of scholarly publication. Here is his advice:   And here is the "source code" for the infographic (aka Dr. Anson's original answers): What would prevent a seminar paper from being publishable? Here are some common reasons why …

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CRDM Advice: Dr. Susan Katz on Scholarly Publications

I recently caught up with Dr. Susan Katz of the CRDM program to get her thoughts on the art of scholarly publication. Here is her advice:   And here is the "source code" for the infographic (aka her original answers): What would prevent a seminar paper from being publishable? In recent years, I have noticed several …

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CRDM Advice: Dr. Carolyn Miller on Scholarly Publications

I recently caught up with Dr. Carolyn Miller of the CRDM program to get her thoughts on the art of scholarly publication. Here is her advice: And here is the "source code" for the infographic (aka Dr. Miller's original answers): What would prevent a seminar paper from being publishable? I'd say there are two issues …

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RSA Chapter Kicks Off at NCSU with Sound Advice for Responding to Calls

(Not from Advice Dog, thankfully.) As we promised earlier, NC State's Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) chapter held its first meeting with several CRDM students in attendance. Dr. Carolyn Miller, one of our program's co-founders and the current editor of the journal Rhetoric Society Quarterly, was there as well to offer advice on responding to calls …

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It’s Fall, So CRDM Students Are Off To The Pubs

Publications, of course. Check out the following list of recent publications for a cross-section of our research activities since spring. This collection represents published research efforts from CRDM students Student names are listed in bold and in full to make this list search-friendly. (And yes, I'm fully aware that we're violating a number of citation …

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