Wiki Wednesday: Celebrate 20 Years of Wikis by Editing the DRC Wiki

by Brenta Blevins April 16, 2014 Uncategorized
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We’re celebrating the 20th birthday of the wiki this year by talking about wikis and expanding the DRC Wiki.
Last week, we talked about how we hope the wiki can be useful to students, instructors, and administrators working with digital rhetoric, computers and composition, digital humanities, composition studies, and other related fields.

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[Digital Lessons - Video Conferencing]

by beccatarsa April 15, 2014 Digital Lessons

What is it?
Video conferencing is more or less what it sounds like – conferencing with students online using a video chat program such a Google Hangout or Skype. Used in conjunction with Google Docs, video conferencing allows instructors to work with students one-on-one on their writing remotely, with both parties having free access to view and edit the writing in question.

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Angles of Vision

by Liz Homan April 10, 2014 Blog Carnivals
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Anne Ruggles Gere is Arthur F Thurnau Professor and Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor of English and Education at The University of Michigan. She also directs the Joint Program in English and Education and the Sweetland Center for Writing.
A shift in angle of vision can lead to small gestures that carry larger significance. 

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Wiki Wednesday: Be Part of the DRC Wiki Site

by Brenta Blevins April 9, 2014 DRC Wiki
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Welcome back to Wiki Wednesday! Last week, we inaugurated midweek as Wiki Wednesdays at the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. This week, we’re talking about ways that you can contribute to the DRC Wiki effort to develop the Wiki as a resource for scholars in the fields of digital rhetoric, computers and composition, composition studies, and other related fields.

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Wiki Wednesday: Become a DRC Wiki Editor Today!

by Brenta Blevins April 2, 2014 DRC Wiki
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Welcome to Wiki Wednesday!
For the next two months, Wednesdays at the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative are going to be focused on wikis, often talking about the wiki we know best, the DRC Wiki.

We’ve written before about how we’re aiming to develop the Wiki as a resource for scholars in digital rhetoric, computers and composition, composition studies, and other related fields.

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